A honeymoon on the island of Kauai in the 1930s and 1940s was short-lived.
The island’s only known baby boomers were the two brothers who would become Hawaii’s first millionaires.
In 1954, after the death of their father, the brothers decided to move their family back to the mainland to take up residence in Honolulu.
When they arrived, they had already had a baby girl, and soon became the richest people in the world.
The brothers were a wealthy family, and they owned some of the island’s best hotels.
As the world’s wealthiest, they enjoyed a lavish lifestyle and were among the most powerful people in Hawaii.
But as the decades passed, they began to feel the strain of inflation.
Their wealth and influence grew, but the island remained a relatively poor place.
As Hawaii became a more affluent place, the financial crisis began to hit, with the economy faltering and unemployment climbing.
For the past two decades, the family had struggled to keep up with their ever-growing bills.
It wasn’t until the mid-2000s that the brothers finally began to pay down their debts.
In 2017, the Hawaiians celebrated their one-year anniversary, a year before their daughter was born.
The honeymoon had lasted less than three months, but in the years since, the island has changed a lot.
The islands oldest casino, the Kailua City, is gone.
The Hawaiian Islands’ largest and most famous resort, Kilauea, was converted into an island resort in 2016, and a new Hawaiian Islands Museum was opened.
The family has moved their island home to the islands northernmost tip, where they have taken up residence with the Kauai Island Resort & Spa.
The Kailuas newest and most spectacular addition is the Big Sur National Wildlife Refuge, a spectacular and awe-inspiring landscape created by the Great Barrier Reef.