If you've brought your laptop with you to the Islands, you should have no problem connecting to the Internet. Major hotels and resorts offer high-speed access in rooms and/or lobbies. In some cases there will be an hourly or daily charge billed to your room. If you're staying at a small inn or vacation home without Internet access (a rarity these days), ask for the nearest café or coffee shop with wireless access.
Visitors can also access the Internet at any Hawaii State Public Library. You can reserve a computer for 60 minutes once a week, via phone or walk-in. You'll need to sign up for a library card, which costs $10 for a three-month period.
Cybercafes. This site lists more than 4,000 Internet cafés worldwide. www.cybercafes.com.
Hawaii State Public Library System (www.librarieshawaii.org.)
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