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Jul 7th, 2020

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Embrace Summer Fun and Keep Yourself Active

Independence Day has come and gone, but we love to celebrate all month long! There are so many different ways that we can celebrate our independence, but summer is also in full swing. It’s just a perfect combination! From picnics to art – there are many different ways to enjoy spending the summer months! While tourism is still almost non-existent

Feb 25th, 2020

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Tropical Farms Macadamia Nut Farm and Ali’i Tour is a Local Gem

With family in town visiting, you could say we’re in full swing tour guide mode. Normally, I would take my guests hiking and show them all the amazing beaches; however, my mom and my auntie can’t swim and they both have had ankle injuries that prevent them from doing any strenuous exercise. So, we’ve had a blast showing them some

Feb 21st, 2020

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How to Avoid Dry Skin when Flying

Your mouth feels as if it’s full of cotton balls, your skin looks and feels as dry as the Sahara… completely depleted of any moisture. You feel as if you’ve been wandering through the desert for days when, reality is, you’ve only been flying for a only few hours 🤣 We’ve all experienced the dryness that occurs after flying. Fortunately, you can

Feb 15th, 2020

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Hiking in Hawaii: Top 3 Oahu Hikes for Moderate Hikers

Oahu is not only known for its beautiful beaches but also some pretty amazing hikes and you don’t have to be an expert to enjoy the views. Here is a list of 5 hikes that are doable for novice hikers. Please remember to take only memories and leave only foot prints. 1.  Lulumahu Falls This waterfall hike is one of

Jan 24th, 2019

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The Light Garden at Ward Village

I recently came across an article in Honolulu Family about an after-dark illuminating flower light display in Victoria Ward park. The display is called “Light Garden, a 1,000-Year Bloom” and features more than 2,300 3D flower sculptures that pulse with LED lights in time to music. Have you guys heard about it? I hadn’t either until I read the article.

Nov 15th, 2018

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Aqueous Interactive Art Installation at Kapolei Commons

Do you want to take the family to a FREE engaging activity that has never been seen in Hawai’i? Then you’re going to want to check this out you guys! Aqueous, an interactive art installation by Hawai’i-raised artist Jen Lewin, will be on display November 16 through December 31 from 6am-10pm on The Lawn at Kapolei Commons. Aqueous, a pop-up

Oct 11th, 2018

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Family Fun at Pumpkin Patches on Oahu

Aloha everyone! My family and I love this time of year! One of our favorite family activities is spending a day at a pumpkin patch. There are two pumpkin patches on Oahu we frequent every year. The first is Waimanalo Country Farms’ Fall Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch. They are open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am-5pm

Sep 27th, 2018

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A Field Trip to Hawaii Nature Center

Aloha everyone! I chaperoned my son’s school field trip today and we had so much fun that I wanted to share our experience! We visited the Hawaii Nature Center located in Makiki Valley where we learned about the many various kinds of life cycles found in nature. Our informative guide took us on a hike where we had many hands

Sep 6th, 2018

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on Schedule to Reopen September 22nd

Last November, my family and I took a trip to the Big Island, and it was more than we could have ever imagined. Our children got to experience everything Hawaii Volcanoes National Park had to offer, and we saw some amazing waterfalls in and around Hilo! We dug our toes into some black (and green!) sand, snorkeled in thermally heated

May 16th, 2018

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Keiki and Plow: Organic Farm in Hawaii Kai

Summer is less than a month away which means I am on the lookout for activities to occupy my children. I want to find events for my kids that will teach them about different aspects of the world in which we live, as well as offer a memorable hands on experience. I would say that my kids definitely learn and