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Maui Activities and Fun for Miserable Solo Travelers

Maui Activities and Fun for Miserable Solo Travelers

Travelers aren’t always the happy-go-lucky people that you believe them to be, joyously skipping, shackle-free, around the world, as they prepare to tackle their next adventure. The truth is that sometimes, traveling is utterly miserable. Especially when you are going...

Don’t Look Ridiculous When Learning to Surf in Hawaii

Don’t Look Ridiculous When Learning to Surf in Hawaii

How Not to Look Ridiculous When Learning to Surf in Hawaii The sun bleached tousled hair, the sun kissed skin, the lithe and limber body dancing on water. Throw into the mix dawn awakenings, beers at sunset and forever being around others who are young and beautiful –...

7 Smoking Sights to See in The Volcanic National Park

7 Smoking Sights to See in The Volcanic National Park

For half of us, right now, the fall is coming. And, by that we mean cold weather and crunchy leaves, not Gillian Anderson stalking serial killers in Belfast. When the season changes, it is certainly time to turn your eyes towards the blazing sun, blue skies and...

When Hawaii Joins the US: A Family Announcement

When Hawaii Joins the US: A Family Announcement

On the 57th Anniversary of the day Hawaii joined our family, we thought it’d be special to share the birth announcement from that special day. I am very privileged and excited to welcome our new arrival and the latest addition to our beautiful family; Hawaii. As...

Best Festivals in Hawaii to Break Your Instagram Account

Best Festivals in Hawaii to Break Your Instagram Account

When festival season rolls around, Instagram suddenly goes wild with endless snaps of teepees in the sun, beautiful young people with who wish they were called Moon Unit, but are actually called John and Shelly and sunsets that look like they were invented by Acid...

Kualoa Ranch / Mokoli’i in the Kaʻaʻawa Valley

Kualoa Ranch / Mokoli’i in the Kaʻaʻawa Valley

Kualoa Ranch owns the Kaʻaʻawa Valley, commonly known as Kualoa Valley. The ranch was given its name in 1927. Kualoa in Hawai’ian means “long, large back”. Some say the name is descriptive of its mountain peaks and beautiful valleys, but according to ancient legend,...

Shave Ice: An Unmissable Hawaiian Favourite!

Shave Ice: An Unmissable Hawaiian Favourite!

Hawaiians love to enjoy shave ice, and so will you after you take a trip here! Shave ice is a simple idea, yet its varieties are almost endless. Local vendors make it by taking thinly shaven ice, stacking it on top of your choice of ice cream, beans or both, sticking...

Hawaiian Island Airports: A Quick Guide

Hawaiian Island Airports: A Quick Guide

The Hawaiian Island is located at the heart of the Pacific Ocean, nearly 4,827 miles away from mainland USA. Additionally, it’s made up of a variety of islands with some areas that are quite difficult to reach. For that reason, aviation has always played a significant...

The Acai Bowl – A Hawaiian Surfers Breakfast

The Acai Bowl – A Hawaiian Surfers Breakfast

You can’t Visit Hawaii and Not Taste It! Tourists and Hawaiian locals both love to eat a delicious and nutritious local breakfast called the Acai Bowl. The Acai Bowl is a tasty and energy rich breakfast which is loved all over Hawaii. You don’t want to miss it, and no...