Don’t Go To Hawaii Without: Rash Guard Top

Posted: November 9th, 2011 | Comments Off

Rash guard top

Andy has been wearing his rash guard top in Hawaii for a few years now. I only found mine earlier this year. I won’t go to Hawaii without one now.

What makes rash guard tops so valuable?

The built in sun protection is the main reason I recommend a rash guard top. Whether we’re kayaking, snorkeling, or just spending a day at the beach, these tops offer exceptional sun protection – usually the equivalent of SPF 50. We don’t have to keep...
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New Series: Don’t Go To Hawaii Without

Posted: November 9th, 2011 | Comments Off

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Do you remember the old American Express commercials with the famous tagline, “Don’t leave home without it”? Well, I’m going to start a new series of posts that somewhat plays on that tagline. This new series is – Don’t go to Hawaii without – will highlight all the the items that are our must brings for Hawaii vacations. I’ll publish this series of tips periodically in the coming weeks.

My aim in this series is to help highlight some...
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4 Favorite Places for a Sunset Drink in Waikiki

Posted: November 8th, 2011 | Comments Off
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Golden Waikiki Sunset from House Without A Key

Watching sunset with a refreshing tropical drink in hand is a relaxing way to end a day in Waikiki Beach. After many trips to Waikiki, we definitely have some favorite spots that we’d like to share with you. Whether you like to sip on a tropical  cocktail or mocktail,  we recommend these top Waikiki spots:

Our favorite place is Halekulani’s House Without A Key. We love their...
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Hawaii Vacation Deals & News: November 7, 2011

Posted: November 7th, 2011 | Comments Off
Pololu Lookout

Pololu Lookout on Hawaii's Big Island

Here’s the latest Hawaii news that we’ve found “out standing in our field”. 

*  While most folks on the US mainland turned their clock back an hour over the weekend, Hawaii time remains the same year-round.  I like to think that Hawaii just became an hour closer to the mainland.

*  Waikiki’s 53-year old International Market Place has plans to spiff up into a three-level open air shopping center per Pacific Business News.

*  Don’t...
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Aloha Friday Photo: Somewhere Under the Rainbow Edition

Posted: November 4th, 2011 | Comments Off

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Today’s stunning photo was captured by Michael Kinsley of Pahoa on Hawaii’s Big Island. He shot this vibrant  rainbow on the Red Road near Kehena in the Puna District of Hawaii’s Big Island. Amazing! Isn’t it? Mahalo to Michael for allow us to share his photo!

I first saw this magical photo on the No Ka Oi Adventures facebook page, where I’m a fan after touring the road to Hana with No Ka Oi....
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Hawaii Vacation News & Deals: November 3, 2011

Posted: November 3rd, 2011 | Comments Off

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Here’s the Hawaii vacation news that’s falling into our inbox.

- King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel on Hawaii’s Big Island is now a new member of the Marriott family. As of November 1, the hotel’s name is officially Courtyard King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel.

- Enter to win the Ohana Hawaii Getaway from L&L Hawaiian Barbecue and Ohana Hotels and Resorts.

The photo is of Rainbow Falls in Hilo on Hawaii’s...
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Aulani Prize Pack Giveaway!

Posted: November 2nd, 2011 | Comments Off

Aulani Goodies Giveaway

While we were visiting Aulani for the Grand Opening events, we collected quite a few goodies for a giveaway. This goodie pack includes:

  • Plush, oversized beach towel embroidered with the Aulani logo
  • Attractive Aulani beach bag that’s nicely designed with pockets
  • Embroidered Aulani hat
  • A limited-edition Aulani pin with Mickey Mouse and the date of the Grand Opening, September 22, 2011
  • Fairytale wedding fan in the shape of mouse ears.
  • Hawaii luggage tag with Hawaiian Airlines logo

This Aulani giveaway prize pack will go to one  randomly...
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Aulani Review: Guide to Disney’s Hawaii Resort & Spa

Posted: October 31st, 2011 | Comments Off

Aulani

Though we’ve covered quite a bit about Aulani after visiting last month for their Grand Opening Celebration, I felt like there were several aspects that I still needed to share with you.

Hawaiian Culture Is Embraced and Honored

When I first heard that Disney was coming to Hawaii several years ago, I wondered how Disney would blend in Hawaii. Actually, I think Disney has gone to great lengths to incorporate Hawaiian culture into Aulani and emphasizing that above iconic...
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Aloha Friday Photo: Polynesian Pumpkin Carving

Posted: October 28th, 2011 | Comments Off

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Today’s Aloha Friday Photo comes from my sister Michelle. She carved this cute Polynesian-themed scene onto a pumpkin to celebrate this holiday season. The pattern came from a template, but the steady hand, patience and skill are all hers. Nicely done, sis!

Mahalo to Michelle for sharing her photo with us on this Aloha Friday before Halloween.

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Outrigger Canoe Sailing in Ko Olina with Hawaiian Ocean Adventures

Posted: October 27th, 2011 | Comments Off

Outrigger Sailing Canoe - Hawaiian Ocean Adventures

While we were staying at the Disney Aulani resort in Ko Olina, this colorful outrigger canoe by the lagoon kept grabbing my attention. So, I went by Makiki Joe’s water sport hut to inquire about it. I found out that I could go sailing along the Ko Olina coast this beautiful outrigger canoe with Hawaiian Ocean Adventures for $99 per person. I immediately booked...
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