Peter Greenberg ventures to the North Shore of the island of Oahu in Hawaii to the Turtle Bay Resort. There he explores the movement to maintain and preserve Hawaiian culture. We also learn about the mythology—and the cutting edge reality—of the big waves on the North Shore, told by some of legendary surfers like Tom Pohaku Stone and Marty Thomas. Plus, just for good measure, we talk to Danna Holck, the first female Hawaiian native general manager of a hotel. She talks about the importance of keeping Turtle Bay Resort's vaules aligned with traditional Hawaiian values.
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