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Interesting Facts About Washington

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Interesting Facts About Washington

Washington was admitted to statehood as the 42nd state on 11/11/1889. Being the only state named after a United States president, Washington also recognizes the president on their state flag and state ship. From the Walla Walla Sweet Onion being their state vegetable to the Columbia Mammoth being their state fossil, there are many interesting facts about the state of Washington. (more…)

A Day in Hanalei

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A Day in Hanalei

Keep driving west past Princeville, over the Historic one-lane Hanalei Bridge to the sleepy little beach town found on Kauai’s North Shore for a relaxing day in Hanalei. Graced with beauty that withstands the tests of time, Hanalei Town will be an unforgettable stop on your visit to the island of Kauai. Whether you take the time to stroll through the shops and art galleries of Hanalei or head straight for Hanalei Beach, you will be sure to enjoy a day in Hanalei.  (more…)

A Romantic Getaway to Bagby Hot Springs

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A Romantic Getaway to Bagby Hot Springs

Bagby Hot Springs in Mt. Hood National Forest is one of those places that we’ve been meaning to go to for as long we’ve both known about these hot springs, but hadn’t until recently. In an effort to spend 2014 seeing and visiting all the places we’ve always meant to go to in the Pacific Northwest, we set off on a winter’s day to visit Bagby Hot Springs. (more…)

Travel Finance: Travelers Share 20 Ways to Make Money While Traveling

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Travel Finance: Travelers Share 20 Ways to Make Money While Traveling

Something we get asked over and over whenever our plans to travel the world come up is how we will afford to do it. “How will you make money while traveling?”, they ask. “How could you possibly afford to do this and keep going?” Well, the answer is actually simple. We will be making money while traveling. (more…)

Travel Tips: What to Pack for Hawaii

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Travel Tips: What to Pack for Hawaii

Being regular travelers to Hawaii, we’ve become efficient packers to the Hawaiian Islands and often get asked what to pack for Hawaii. Packing for a trip to Hawaii is simple as long as you remember one simple guideline- Don’t pack too much. Most people tend to over pack when visiting Hawaii or any other tropical destinations. (more…)

Romantic Getaways: Maui the Most Romantic Island in the World

Posted by on 8:55 pm in Eats & Grindz, Hawaii, Maui, North America, Travel, United States | 3 comments

Romantic Getaways: Maui the Most Romantic Island in the World

Maui is renowned as one of the most beautiful places in the world. Every year it makes the list of best island to visit. It is Maui’s waterfalls, beaches, tropical flowers, sunsets, pristine waters, and Aloha spirit that make Maui the most romantic island in the world. For Valentine’s day travel you won’t forget, book a flight to the romantic island of Maui. (more…)

Kaihalulu: A Visit to the Red Sand Beach on Maui

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Kaihalulu: A Visit to the Red Sand Beach on Maui

Have you ever heard of the Red Sand Beach on Maui? How about how to get there? Kaihalulu or the Red Sand Beach in Hana is one of those places that many have heard of, but not many have visited. (more…)

Tiki Bars of the World: Portland TIki

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Tiki Bars of the World: Portland TIki

Tiki bars are nothing new to Portland. This city has a long history of Mai Tais with many different versions being thrown around including the one at El Gaucho steakhouse toasting the Trader Vic’s that use to stand in the same location. With a mix of holdouts from the 1950s Polynesian craze and the reintroduction of tiki culture to the scene, Portland is the perfect place to hideaway under the thatch and get away from it all in a tropical paradise. (more…)