November 24th, 2015
Posts Tagged ‘Hawaii’
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As most of you know, I live for the long days in the sun, endless swims through the salt water, sandy feet, and living out of a bikini. During the winter these happy sunny days seem to dwindle, but lucky for us we can hop on a plane and escape the winter cold even if just for a few days. Taking a break to catch some much needed sun is always good for the soul. (more…)
Welcome to your August Style Guide:
Feeling the post-summer burn? So is your wardrobe. Update your color pallet with an all-over dusting of charcoal: transitioning vibrant hues into late-season, sunbaked slates, deep reds, and greys. Add in lightweight, travel-ready layers for the season and the wanderings ahead. Inspired to hit the road for a last hoorah?
Pack your sandals, strap on a pair of booties and get to exploring.
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SeaMade: The Budget Surf Trip | North Shore Edition A series on surf, cross training and lessons on all things salty by guest blogger, Madison
The Atlantic isn’t the only ocean synonymous with a November pilgrimage. The North Pacific Ocean really starts to light up in November and surfers all over the world take part in the pilgrimage to the North Shore of Oahu. All those winter swells unleash their power on what’s known as the “7 Mile Miracle” – a stretch of beach that has some of the world’s best reef breaks, all within biking distance of each other. Surfer or not, watching the waves and surfers is an epic sight see in person. There are also amazing hikes, food, and other ocean activities to make Oahu a destination for any tropics lover. And the best part is you don’t have to be loaded to take a dip into the North Shore paradise. If you’re interested in checking it out or want to venture back for more, here’s some of my favorite places that won’t break your wallet.
Photos: Jeremiah Klein, Surfline (more…)
Many know mana magic of Hawaiian Kona coffee, and on a recent trip to the big island we discovered a new twist on their java jem. (more…)