The Hawaii Travel Podcast Show 45 for Tuesday November 5th 2013. Today we’ll talk about a new exhibit at the Bishop Museum. And; we’ll answer an email about how to meet people while visiting Hawaii. And, we try to master the Hawaiian language. All that and more, on this episode of the Hawaii Travel Podcast.
How To Explore Four Islands In Eight Days And Celebrate King Kamehameha Day: Hawaii Travel Podcast Show 26
The Hawaii Travel Podcast, show number 26 for Tuesday June 4th, 2013. Today we’ll discuss a holiday fit for a king, King Kamehameha and King Kamehameha Day. And, can you explore four islands in just eight days? You bet, find out how on this episode of The Hawaii Travel Podcast.
FOUR ISLANDS IN EIGHT DAYS
We received a great email from David, Georgia and Richard…
Just got back from our Hawaii vacation and wanted to thank you for your informative program. In case anyone else asks a similar question (or you do a show about how to manage mad scrambles around multiple islands – in this case four islands in eight days), here is what we ended up doing:
The Hawaii Travel Podcast, show number 18 for Tuesday, April 9th 2013, We explore the fantastic Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, We’ll tell you how to have a Memorial Day Weekend To Remember while visiting Oahu, a quick Merrie Monarch Festival update, and beware of the dreaded Box Jellyfish!
HAWAII TRAVEL PODCAST’S HAWAII TRAVEL POLL
Remeber to vote in our new Hawaii Travel Podcast’s Hawaii Travel Poll. This week’s question is…
After airfare and lodging is factored in, where do you spend the majority of your money while visiting Hawaii?
And your choices are: Food, Drinking, Tours, Activities, Rental cars, Transportation, Massages or spas, Shopping or Other
Make your voice heard! Vote now at http://www.hawaiitravelpodcast.com/poll and we’ll discuss what you and your fellow Hawaii Travel Podcast listeners had to say in an upcoming episode.
MERRIE MONARCH FESTIVAL
This year was a first for the Merrie Monarch Festival. In years past you could stream the festival over the Internet. This year marked the first time mobile devices, like the iPhone/iPhone etc could stream the event. Continue reading “Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, Oahu Memorial Day Weekend, And Merrie Monarch Festival: Show 18” »
Oahu’s ancient temples, Big Island whale watching, and a few great tasty food tips can be found in this episode of The Hawaii Travel Podcast.
OAHU’S INDIGENOUS CULTURE MUST SEES
Waikiki Wizard Stones
The Wizard Stones are located in Waikiki near the Duke Kahanamoku Statue. Legend has it these stones are healing stones that contain healing powers of four wizards from Tahiti that came to Oahu perhaps as early as 400 AD.
The Ulupo Heiau is located behind the YMCA in Kailua. The temple is massive and built with intention, surviving many centuries. Legend has it that the Menehune built this site–which shows you just how old the temple might be. Explore the ancient ruins and enjoy the vista out to Kailua Bay. To find the heiau, you can walk from the YMCA parking lot. Just walk toward the back of the building and look to the left (towards the water).