“Tell me, what is the appeal of ziplining?”
After we said goodbye to my mom, we left the island of Oahu and hopped on over to Kauai.
I have a few days’ worth of posts to fit into this one, folks. Hopefully I can keep it (somewhat) brief.
One of the reasons we visit Hawaii regularly is to see my mother, who lives here on Oahu.
It’s been more than a year since I’ve posted anything…and now I am on vacation, so the travel posts will be coming around pretty often, so strap yourselves in! I’ve got a lot of catching up to do. Our flight
One morning not too long ago, I was standing in the kitchen of the Folger Guest House in Washington, DC, speaking to one of the founders of the Folger Consort about technology. He was lamenting about how we were all
As I write this, I’m 30,000 feet somewhere above the continental United States, making my way home all too quickly. And now that my vacation has ended, perhaps it is time for a few lists of my observations (and rants)
The first morning we awakened in our bamboo cottage, we heard the sound of something scurrying across the rooftop.
Our arrival in Hana two days ago coincided with the setting of the sun. On the windward (eastern) side of Haleakala, the sun sets over the mountain a little past 4:30, and the area is quickly plunged into darkness.
When you talk to people out here about the Road to Hana, they always tell you several things: