Welcome Holiday in Hawaii – December 2020 – Part 6, to the last and final part of our holiday on the gorgeous island of Oahu, Hawaii. I had the privilege of flying with my partner to visits my parents, who are living on the island for a few years for work. I can’t express justContinue reading “Holiday in Hawaii – December 2020 – Part 6”
Day 7 – Kualoa Ranch Raptor Tour and Ziplining, Chasing Big Waves and Watching the Sunset at North Shore! Kualoa Ranch Have you seen any of the following movies? – The Karate Kid II (1986)– Jurassic Park (1993)– Mighty Joe Young (1998)– Fifty First Dates (2004)– Jumanji – Welcome to the Jungle (2018) We gotContinue reading “Holiday in Hawaii – December 2020 – Part 5”
Hi there! Thanks for stopping by to read Holiday in Hawaii – December 2020 – Part 4! Day 6 – Ka’ena Point, Shave Ice, Pearl Harbor Museum, USS Arizona Memorial, USS Utah Memorial and Dinner at Aiea Bowl Walking to Ka’ena Point The most western tip of Oahu is called Ka’ena Point. By taking aContinue reading “Holiday in Hawaii – December 2020 – Part 4”
Happy New Year, friends! I’m still reminiscing about the sunshine and family time I soaked up in Hawaii just a few weeks ago. Here’s Holiday in Hawaii – December 2020 – Part 3, which covers Day 4 and Day 5 of our trip to visit my parent’s home on the island of Oahu! <3 DayContinue reading “Holiday in Hawaii – December 2020 – Part 3”
Day 3 – Green World Coffee Farm, Snorkeling at Shark’s Cove, Matsumoto Shave Ice, Sunset at Barber’s Point Lighthouse Welcome back to Holiday in Hawaii – December 2020.
On Thanksgiving, I had the amazing privilege to travel to the island of Oahu in Hawaii. My parents moved there for my dad’s job a couple years ago, and I hadn’t seen them in nearly a year! I was so excited to be able to spend the holiday in Hawaii with my parents at theirContinue reading “Holiday in Hawaii – Dec 2020 – Part 1”
It is officially Fall! And the one thing to rival pumpkin this season is APPLES! Gala, granny smith, jonagold, honeycrisp, ambrosia, you name it! Apple pie, caramel apples, apple turnovers, apple cider, applesauce, apple chips, and of course, fresh, crisp, juicy raw apples. Last weekend we drove about an hour and a half to KiyokawaContinue reading “Apple Picking By The Mountains”
the restaurant & the food Exploring Camp 18 is like walking through a nostalgic piece of history in Oregon. You can find it nestled at mile post 18 (hence the name Camp 18) on Highway 26 that connects Portland to the coast. It’s an impressive log cabin on steroids that serves “logger-style” meals (i.e. hugeContinue reading “Exploring Camp 18 in Oregon”