Guest Writer, Jenny Webster–Writer’s Salon

Birth is a messy process. I’ve given birth a couple of times and, trust me, there is no dignity behind it. However, when that beautiful little soul is placed into your arms, dignity becomes a thing of the past. Nothing else matters, but the life you just helped to bring into the world. The only…

Artsy Pahoa Town

Located in Hawaiʻi Island’s Puna District, the quaint town of Pahoa is a laid-back hippie town with old school charm. Unlike the manicured landscapes of many Hawaiian resort areas, Pahoa holds the artsy charm of wooden boardwalks surrounded by rugged, natural beauty. Read More

Waikoloa on the Big Island of Hawaii

by Karen Rose Nestled among the dramatic black lava fields of South Kohala, on the sunny west coast of the Island of Hawaiʻi, lies the beautiful resort town of Waikoloa. With minimal rainfall, and plenty of daily sunshine, it’s the perfect location for a water adventure or an easy hike through ancient petroglyph fields and…

The Pathway of the Gods – Kealakekua Bay

By Karen Rose “The Pathway of the Gods”— the pristine underwater sanctuary located 12 miles south of Kailua Village in South Kona. The Hawaiian name for this marine haven is Kealakekua Bay, and it’s one of the most popular attractions on the Island of Hawaiʻi for both visitors and locals. Read More

Hula Kai Offers ‘Seriously Tasty Meals’

by Karen Rose When planning a fun day on the water with a snorkel tour company, the last thing most people think of is amazing food. Cheese and crackers, fruit trays, a few store bought cookies and a variety of sodas are the typical lunch fare. Well, move over boring finger foods—the Hula Kai morning…