30 Cheap Things To Do On O’ahu

30 Cheap Things To Do On O’ahu

The island of O’ahu is probably the most famous of the Hawaiian islands to visit, mostly because of Honolulu and Waikiki beach. It’s nickname is “the gathering place” and isn’t that the truth! People of every ethnicity have come from around the world to live, work, and vacation on O’ahu for generations now. Ever wondered […]

The Ultimate Guide to Honolulu

The Ultimate Guide to Honolulu

Honolulu is the largest city on Oahu, and in the state of Hawai’i. It’s also the capital. It’s Asian, it’s Hawaiian, and it’s American all mixed together with its arcitecture, food, and diversity of people. If you’re headed to Hawai’i I believe it should be your first stop–especially if you’re planning on moving here or […]

10 Best Places To See the Honolulu Skyline

10 Best Places To See the Honolulu Skyline

Who doesn’t like a good city skyline? Granted, Honolulu’s skyline isn’t as famous as others such as Seattle with it’s Space Needle or New York City with the Empire State Building (and countless other buildings). Honolulu does have Diamond Head, a natural landmark, which is famous in it of itself and lets’ not forget Waikiki […]

The Ultimate Guide to Hanauma Bay

The Ultimate Guide to Hanauma Bay

This attraction is on the far east side of Honolulu (yes, it is still considered in the city limits, crazy right?). It has some of the most crystal clear blue-green water anyone has ever seen and is so easy to get a picture of whether you stand above it (like pictured) or go near the […]

4 Things To Know About Charles Schwab Bank

4 Things To Know About Charles Schwab Bank

(Source) You’ll hear this bank through travel bloggers and backpackers around the world. I had heard only good things about Charles Schwab, from their commercials to other travel bloggers on the internet┬áthat swear by it. There was so much left out (most likely┬ánot intentionally). I marched right on down there only to leave mildly upset […]

The Ultimate Guide To I’olani Palace

The Ultimate Guide To I’olani Palace

I’olani Palace was built in the 1870s by King David Kalakaua, the last reigning King of Hawai’i. Queen Liliuokalani, his sister and successor, was the last member of the royal family to live in the palace. Once she was overthrown the Republic used the palace as an office, and then later the Governor did the […]

6 Things To Do In Waikiki

6 Things To Do In Waikiki

Don’t want to leave your hotel’s neighborhood? Not a problem. Waikiki is a neighborhood in Honolulu and sometimes you don’t want to ride the bus to get to the rest of the city or island. Other times a taxi costs too much or you’re going to leave that night and want something to do before […]