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Category Archive: travel

Sunset, Stars, and Glow Golf at Makani Golf Club

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You know the golf course in Pu’uanahulu you see on the makai side of the road that is near the beautiful jacaranda trees? Near Pu’u Lani and Pu’u Wa’a Wa’a? That golf course… Continue reading

Makani Golf Club Launches First-Of-Its-Kind Stargazing Activity

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New Activity Provides Lower Elevation Stargazing For Families and Groups on Hawaii Island by Julie Ziemelis, Creator of “365 Things to Do in Kona” and 365Kona.com Kailua Kona- In keeping with Hawaii Island’s new… Continue reading

Only in Kona: Teshima Restaurant

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By Misty I. Teshima’s has been around for a very long time. I love eating there but don’t frequent that area of Moku O Keawe very often. If you’ve never been to Teshima’s… Continue reading

Maui for our last state track tournament.

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This year the Hawaii High School Athletic Association State Track Tournament was on Maui this year so we decided to attend to cheer on my son at his last track tournament of his… Continue reading

Weekend in Las Vegas

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Circumstances came together to allow me to spend a long weekend in Las Vegas! Here is what I did on this whirlwind weekend. Friday: Checked in to Nobu Hotel at Caesar’s Palace, ate… Continue reading

Last Day in NYC — Harlem, Gospel, Pasta, Waitress

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Our last day in NYC started with a tour to Harlem to experience a Sunday morning gospel choir service. Before heading to church, the tour stopped at the landmark Apollo Theater where we… Continue reading

New York City — Day 2 — Bagels, Food, Walking, and a Pint

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On our second day in NYC, Connie wanted to try some NY bagels.  We turned to Yelp to find some good bagels in our area.  We found a shop called Best Bagels &… Continue reading

New York City — ABC Cocina and Beautiful

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The week is over and we left Philadelphia on Amtrak and headed to New York City.  I love the energy of NYC.   At the 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, we found the Red… Continue reading

Philadelphia Day 4 — Nan Zhou (again) and Omiyage

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I liked Nan Zhou so much that I went back to the restaurant the next day to get another taste of the soup before leaving the city.  When I mentioned to a colleague… Continue reading

Philadelphia Day 3-Nan Zhou and Reading Terminal

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After the morning sessions at the conference, we went out to lunch in the neighborhood to Nan Zhou where they serve an incredible hand-drawn noodle soup. I ordered the House Special Noodle Soup… Continue reading