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Oahu Activities!

Oahu Activities!

Over the course of our week on Oahu we did a bunch of fun things both at the resorts and elsewhere on the island. The highlights were watching at bit of the Pipe Masters 2013 surfing tournament on the North Shore, a Pearl Harbor anniversary tour, and visiting Lanikai beach in Kailua. A visit to … Continue reading

Holiday Season Trip to Hawaii!

Holiday Season Trip to Hawaii!

Our lives have gotten crazier and crazier over the past few months and as a result I am quite delinquent on posting the details of our trip to Oahu in early December (I know, shocker!). As a reminder, this trip was prompted by the fact that Ainsley and I had a “free oneway” on our … Continue reading

Final Breakdown of Kauai Travel Expenses

One of the best parts of our travel experiences is always coming home with very small credit card bills from traveling. Of course, we’re able to do this by using airline miles and hotel points to cover those expenses. So, in order to give you incentive to sign up for credit cards to garner hundreds … Continue reading

The Remainder of Our Family Trip to Kauai…

I’ve quickly learned that trying to blog while traveling with the kids is a supreme challenge… In theory, blogging during nap time or after they’ve gone to bed seems to make sense. However, in reality, I found that there was so much to do to keep the vacation moving smoothly during that time that updating … Continue reading

Spouting Horn and Waimea Canyon

On Sunday afternoon, after playing at the beach, we decided to make the short drive to Spouting Horn. Spouting Horn is a lava tube that fills with water during high tide and then when a wave comes in, water shoots high into the sky. The most exciting part of the visit was the enormous sea … Continue reading

Kauai 2013

Back in 2007, my husband and I had decided on Kauai for our honeymoon. We had heard wonderful things about this quiet Hawaiian island and knew it was the place for us. Then, after making this decision, a mistake fare in business class to New Zealand happened and we decided to push back our Kauai … Continue reading