When in Hawaii, you should eat local food. This means eating local products and local style-food. And if you want to dine somewhere that takes both of these concepts to heart, then visit Mud Hen Water.
Last month Iao Valley State Monument was temporarily reopened during a pause in restoration work. But an Iao Valley State Monument restoration update from the State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) states that the park will be closing once again soon.
If you haven’t heard of the Equifax data breach by now, you must be living under a rock. And since the incident already has so much coverage, I won’t go into much. Instead, let’s discuss a solution many may not know they have: Mastercard ID Theft Protection.
Over a year ago, I reported that Kauai’s legendary Coco Palms Resort would reopen as a Hyatt. And at that time, demolition was about to commence. But since then, there hasn’t been much news on the resort. So finally, here’s Coco Palms Resort update 2.
Sarento’s, or “Top of the I” has long been a Waikiki fine dining fixture. However, soon the restaurant will be no more. At the end of the month, the top of the Ilikai restaurant closing will mark the end of an era.
The Makapuu Lighthouse Trail is my favorite hike, but the most popular hike on Oahu is Diamond Head. And to keep it safe, Diamond Head State Monument closures will begin next week.