News broke the other day that the Sheraton Keahou Resort is leaving Marriott. Why? Because the property is being sold by its current owners and the new owners plan on changing management companies.
For our flight back to Oahu, we flew Southwest Flight 1470. And while both flights were mostly the same, the ground experience was, well, drastically different. Not in a good way either, might I add.
After hour poke adventure, Mrs. Island Miler and I still had a few hours to kill before our flight home. So, I decided to go check out Kona’s Ola Brew and One Aloha Shave Ice Company.
I’m leery of Yelp reviews and ratings, as many reviewers are, well, entitled. But, Da Poke Shack scored number one in Yelp’s 2014 rankings, so I thought I’d head over and see what all the fuss is about.
Following our adventures at Big Island Bees, Mrs. Island Miler and I made our way back to Kona to get some Kona Cookies. Also, we got some lunch and did a little shopping at the KTA Super Store in Waikoloa.
It’s natural for airlines to make adjustments to their route networks. And the latest airline to do so is my preferred airline. So let’s go over how Alaska Airlines adjusts Kona service.