Tag Archive: Trailblazer Travel Books

Wandering the Big Island Beach Parks

<br Intermittent rain showers along the Big Island coast today. Parking lots practically empty at the Hilo Beach Parks. A moment of stillness recorded.

Postcard from Kalopa

Today the rain pelted the Kalopa State Park forest. Photos taken on the Robusta and Perimeter trails. Slip-slidin’ away over downed branches and fern fronds. An enlivening and invigorating experience. Plants happy.

Make 2013 your Hawaii adventure year

Follow the Trailblazer Travel Book way. Key to fun and discovery on all the island: Kauai, Maui, Oahu, Hawaii the Big Island, Lanai and Molokai. Aloha!

Hawaii for Christmas with the Trailblazers

For the hiker, stroller, surfer, kayker, biker, snorkeler, sun worshipper, armchair traveler, or lover of all things Hawaiian on your list. These books exude “aloha” and are designed for families and independent travelers.… Continue reading

Molokai’s Father Damien

Father Damien statue The Kalaupapa Peninsula juts out from the north coast of Molokai, where in the 1800s Father Damien de Veuster founded a colony for islanders afflicted with leprosy. The colony, now… Continue reading

Contest: Where in Hawaii are these waterfalls?

Name these waterfalls and win a free Trailblazer Travel Book of your choice. One winner will be awarded, even if we don’t come up with someone who knows all five. Contest ends November… Continue reading

Seating with a View: Dining alfresco in Hawaii

All the islands have first-class restaurants, many with celebrity chefs reinventing pan Pacific cuisine. But if you want to save a boatload of money and eat at a restaurant with unmatched views and… Continue reading

The Duke

On the short list of the koolest kats who have ever lived is Duke Kahanamoku—Olympic swimming champion (medaling in events from 1912 to 1924), surfing legend, and the ranking royalty on Waikiki Beach… Continue reading