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Kayaking in Kona’s Kealakekua Bay is pure tropical beauty

Kayaking in Kona’s Kealakekua Bay is pure tropical beauty January 29, 2012 | Things to Do | Read More
It was at Kealakekua Bay in South Kona that Captain James Cook, the first European to be documented to land in the Hawaiian Islands, first anchored and set foot on the Big Island. Pre-contact Hawaiians had just completed a circle island journey for the Makahiki, a celebratory time in honor of the god...

A Day In Puna

A Day In Puna August 19, 2011 | Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
So you’re on the Big Island, and you head to the east side, AKA the rainy side. You’ll want to explore deep in isolated Puna, known as the boonies. Begin your day down along the Puna coast enjoying nature in all of her glory. If you haven’t had breakfast yet stop by the town’s...

Rain, rain, don’t go away, the Big Island is still fun for play

Rain, rain, don’t go away, the Big Island is still fun for play May 19, 2011 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Hawaii just emerged from about a week of rain, thunder and lightening, puddles and blustery days. Personally, I enjoy the rain when it’s that heavy, when it’s truly fitting to where long pants, a cozy sweat shirt, and maybe even those fluffy Ugg boots that a lot of us girls in Hawaii long...
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