This show is funny, and entertaining, and takes you away. You will leave with the heart warming feeling of having attended a small intimate family wedding, and at the same time feel like you've gone on a mini vacation to a beach house on a warm tropical island.
Hidden gems are to me discovering a place or venue that has existed for a long time in your hometown that you never knew about. I love them and I have found two treasures in the past couple of months. It’s always good fun to discover a new restaurant and brew house that has just … Continue reading Finding hidden gems in your hometown.
Did you miss me as much as I've missed you. I know that sounds like a question, but to me it's a statement, which is why I chose to forgo the question mark for a period. I am glad to be back. I will eventually be back on the road soon and exploring the US … Continue reading Did you miss me?
I would love to tell you I am frugal when I travel, but I am not. I love the occasional splurge and fine dining experience. But I have found ways to have these experiences without breaking the bank or saving in other ways to have money to spend on the things I want to do. … Continue reading How I save money when I travel…
Honokōhau Settlement and Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park Thank you for joining us. Please be sure to follow my blog if you want to keep up with our weekly adventures. If you enjoyed this post, please like this post or like my page or follow my weekly blog at Stephanie’s RV Travels. Comments are welcome and … Continue reading Photo Diary: Panoramic views of the Big Island
These flowers were grown with Aloha (love) by various residents of the Big Island, including our beloved Uncle Ron. Our favorite garden is found at the Old Airport grounds, and it is a community garden tended by the local residents of Hawaii. We also enjoy walking the manicured grounds of the Sheraton Hotel which also have many beautiful hibiscus flowers.
By far one of our best days on the Big Island was spent under the sea, scuba diving at Pu'uhonua O Honahunau National Park , also known as the Place of Refuge. This area was considered sacred land by the Hawaiians, and was favored by Hawaiian Chiefs. Hale-o-Keawe acted as the royal mausoleum and held the … Continue reading Adventures from the Big Island
Have you ever visited a place that you fell in love with and could visit time and time again, to repeat some of the same adventures and explore and find more? This is how we feel about da Big Island Hawaii. We’ve been on the island 4 Days now, and we have returned to many … Continue reading The Hawaii we know and love.
We’re headed to Hawaii, The Big Island to be specific. I’ve been focused on returning to Hawaii as of late, setting my intention to feel warm sand beneath my toes, and surround myself with warm ocean water. This trip was not planned but I wouldn’t call it a surprise as I have been expressing my … Continue reading We are headed to…
Yesterday I saw a wild video on Facebook. It showed a shark observation cage, where they were baiting the sharks next to the cages and the shark jumped out of the water to catch the bait and somehow landed on top of the shark cage, knocking the cage door open, and dropping into the shark … Continue reading Shark cages and our shark experiences in Hawaii and Florida.