…and rather than daydreaming about lush landscapes and acai bowls, I decided do something about it, so I booked a flight to Maui. The best decisions are always the spur of the moment ones, right? I had airline miles that were set to expire in April, and one of my fellow travel blogger friends was interested in going somewhere tropical too. We had only hung out for about fifteen minutes over the summer, but after exchanging hundreds of Ins...

Is it possible that I have become more comfortable on the road than I am at home? I think so. Leaving Hawaii today gave me the same pang of withdrawal I experienced as a homesick kid at summer camp, but maybe that's just because it's such an incredible place. Most people equate Hawaii with pristine beaches and surf culture, but getting to explore this island from the air, water and land proved that it's so much more than that. The range...

I think it's safe to say that I now have enough #waterfallwednesday photos to last me a few months... This morning we grabbed breakfast at Kilauea Lodge, and after downing the last sip of my intoxicatingly delicious Kona coffee, we returned to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (HVNP) to explore the Thurston lava tube. If you're interested in learning more about this section of the park, be sure to check the bulletin boards at the Kilauea Vi...

After sunrise at Pololu, our group headed east. We stopped at Waipio Valley Lookout, and then one of us (not me!) locked our keys in the trunk, so we had some time to kill. Fortunately we were all in separate cars, so we headed to the nearby town of Honokaa in search of a locksmith. This coincided nicely with lunchtime, so I really couldn't complain. I munched away on an acai bowl at Hina Rae's cafe and chatted with one of the photographe...

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