Posts filed under: Travel

Visiting in Portland means food carting!!  I would eat from a food cart at least once a day.  When out and about with my kids and we are all hungry,...
Hidden behind a residential area in a quiet Kahala neighborhood, Hunakai is a quick and private getaway from busy Waikiki. You go there on a weekday and pretty much have...
Long layovers at airports?=Time for a little adventure! I had flown in from Chicago O’Hare to Sea-Tac a few days ago arriving in the morning and my flight back to Honolulu...
I don’t normally like large running events but Honolulu Marathon is an exception.   In recent years, It’s been considered as one of the world’s largest  marathons with average of 25,000...
Every beach has its own story to tell Tides come in and out in a rhythmic dance They come calming and soothing They come roaring and angry  Shells, debris, creatures dead...
I was invited to participate in Fujiyoshida Hi-matsuri ( fire festival ) race as a top female local Guam International Marathon finisher in 2014.  Before I went, I had a difficulty...
Spring Hands down, springs is the best time to visit Japan.  Cherry blossoms are in full bloom from the last week of March to the first to second week of...
The Kauai Marathon and Half Marathon will be held this year on Sunday, September 4.  If you want to run a challenging uphill marathon or half marathon on a beautiful...
I’m going to be writing about a few of my favorite runs over the years in my upcoming posts.  I’ll start off with Hibiscus Half Marathon, 15K, and 5 miler...
Tranquil ThailandThings to Do in Chiang Mai & BangkokinstagramWhat I Ate in VietnamPhoto Blog-Ayutthaya, Thailand Lanterns in Hoi An, Vietnam...

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