Tsunamis, hurricanes, molten volcanos, and big-scale earthquakes are all part of the weather forecast at times in Hawaii. But Mother Nature’s big events, thankfully, take few lives these days. Yet, about once a… Continue reading →
In terms of wild-and-scenic tropical beaches, Kauai’s north shore is tops among the islands—and second place is distant. With all there is to do on Kauai, most visitors miss this little sandy bay… Continue reading →
No Worries Hawaii is a vacation planning guide for all the islands. A self test lets you pick through things to do in the Islands (below is one of 38 categories), and gives… Continue reading →
Okay, let’s be real for a moment: It would be easy to do a blog called “1,000 Places to See in Hawaii Before You Die.” Hawaii is brimming with epiphanies of place, both… Continue reading →
Money Saver: Prices for rental cars fluctuate mysteriously. Call again before your vacation and you may well snag a better price. You can also often get a larger car, if you’re interested, for… Continue reading →
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Never pay full price for fabulous. Money saving tips when booking an accommodation in Hawaii: 1. Travel during non-peak seasons, which are Fall and Spring (after Spring break). 2. Book 6 to 8… Continue reading →