Category Archives: North American

I’ve been to Montreal twice. However, in spite of being a fairly observant, I missed some of these Montreal-isms. Thanks or merci fellow travel writer, Olivia Taddio, for helping us navigate through Montreal slang. Boy oh boy, I owe you one! Next time I’ll see you at the Dep before a BYOW dinner! Voila! Montreal’s.
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Aloha Adventure in the Alakai Swamp

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Yes, I know exactly what you are thinking. I didn’t come to Hawaii for any swamp! What could be fun about an adventure in the swamp? Although the name is really bad marketing, the Alakai Swamp Trail is a true aloha adventure on foot and full of eye candy. It has not one, but multiple.
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Adventure travel seekers… Here’s an aloha adventure travel combo on O’ahu for you. Recently, I ventured off my small-town feel island of Kauai to the big city of Honolulu for a business trip mixed with pleasure. As a local author, I attended the TEDxHNL event at the University of Hawaii. After which, it was time to.
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For those that have already visited the Garden Isle or for those that are experienced kayakers with a sense of adventure, I would highly suggest going to one of the most beautiful beaches on Kauai, Kipu Kai. This beach, featured in the movie The Descendants, is on property of the Waterhouse Family between Poipu and.
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Whether you are on your way on a cruise leaving from Seattle, on your to or from the Hawaiian Islands, or delayed on business through Seattle-Tacoma Airport (SEATAC), I have unbeatable Seattle travel tips for a less than 24 hour stay in Seattle. Don’t stay in the airport cleaning out your email or eating some.
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Adventure travel and outdoor enthusiasts love Kauai. A great way to enjoy all there is to offer in Kauai try staying in one of the Kauai vacation rentals. It’s beautiful year round with some of the best and most challenging hikes in North America whether along the Na Pali Coast or in the Waimea Canyon. However,.
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Thanksgiving in Kauai

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It’s my first Thanksgiving in Kauai. With those on the mainland already full from the feast or perhaps even going back for seconds, I thought I would share with you how I prepared for my first Thanksgiving in Kauai. I wanted to keep the festivities and menu tied to my roots and previous travels, yet.
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Having my fair share of adventures in majestic locations, I have countless stories of blistered feet after long days of hiking, backaches from sleepless nights tent camping, and dehydrated meals eaten with a spork (fork and spoon combo) only out of desperation. However, it’s time for another adventure, but this time, I need a dose.
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