Monthly Archives: February 2014

The first Saturday of the month, the Island of Kauai comes out of the woodwork to the Eastside’s Kapa’a Art Night. Down the main drag of Old Kapa’a Town, local artists, business owners, photographers, musicians, dancers, fire-twirlers, jewelry makers, sculptors, and food trucks convene for fun, food, art, music, and more from 5pm to 9pm.  With.
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As a second generation beach connoisseur, I’m always ready for the beach with a bikini, sarong, flip flops (slippers), sunscreen, mischievous hat, and libation of choice. Some of my favorites over the past thirty-something years of beaching are Negril in Jamaica, Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, and Varadero in Cuba. Additionally, I do have.
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My favorite souvenirs from travels are those that I can eat, drink, and share with my family and friends for years to come. Over my past adventures, I have brought back drink recipes from Peru (pisco sour), side dishes from Brazil (salpicao), Cuban-style dirty rice (moros y cristianos), and my all time favorite, the tortilla.
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Whether it’s your first time in Kauai or you’re kama’aina (Hawaii resident), Secret Falls (Uluwehi Falls) is a perfect combo of kayaking and hiking.  I stress that it is a combo as to access the Secret Falls trailhead because you must arrive by water. Most choose to kayak, but for those adventurers looking for a real.
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