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Goodbye and mahalo, Hawaii. We’ll miss you more than you know.

Goodbye and mahalo, Hawaii. We’ll miss you more than you know.

This segment of our trip has been completely different than the others. To be honest, we never had trouble leaving a place (except maybe El Bolson, Argentina). Of course we met great people in South America, but here in Hawaii, there is a rooted bond, foremost to our friends — friends who took us under … Continue reading »

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Cruising the Kohala Coast on Hawaii’s Big Island

It’s amazing what a shower will do for one’s mood. After camping for two days in the Pololu Valley, the 13 of us — no longer 14 because one took off for Hilo — washed the black sand out of our hair only to douse it with some good ol’ fashioned white sand along the … Continue reading »

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Camping in Pololu Valley on the Big Island: black sand beaches, body-boarding and bamboo forests

This past weekend, Eaman and I finally got a chance to check out another island, and for this trip we headed to the Big Island for an amazing four days of sun, sand and a camping trip with 12 friends to the Pololu Valley, located on the northern coast. The original plan, hatched back in … Continue reading »

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The Best of (My) Oahu: Restaurants and Nightlife

Last week I shared with you my favorite beaches and activities on the island, but today, I’ll fill your bellies with tips on the best places to eat, drink and be merry. I didn’t expect much I didn’t expect anything out of Honolulu’s food scene when we arrived. Coming from New York, we’ve essentially become … Continue reading »

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The Best of (My) Oahu: Beaches and Outdoor Fun

As we savor our last few weeks here, I’ve started to get all sad and mopey about leaving this paradise. Life is just.so.good here. But, though our time in Hawaii was short — just over three months — we did a heckuva lot on this tiny island called Oahu. It got me thinking about the … Continue reading »

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Hawaiian life lately, according to my camera

A peek at what’s been going on in our lives, both big and small, here in Hawaii… Remember how I groaned about having not trying stand-up paddle-boarding (SUP) here? Well, Eaman found us a place that both rents and drives people to nearby Ala Moana Beach Park, one of the best spots for SUP if … Continue reading »

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Oahu road trip: Valley of the Temples, Waimea Bay and Kaena Point

During the glorious three consecutive days off around my birthday, Eaman and I spent one full day on the road, checking out life on the island beyond Honolulu, which also gave us an opportunity to use Eaman’s cool new camera lens. Craig, master of road trips, put together a nice itinerary for us, and our … Continue reading »

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When the Nagging Life Questions Bug You on the Road, Part II

I think one detrimental side effect of our online personas — whether they be on Facebook, Twitter or blogs like this one here — is that they set you up for failure — failure to achieve a life that can seem completely unattainable. (Understatement of the century, I know.) Everyone seems happy, rich, social, fashionable … Continue reading »

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