Romance & Honeymoons

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  • Your Big Day

    There's no question that Hawaii is one of the country's foremost honeymoon destinations. Romance is in the air in Hawaii. The white, sandy beaches, turquoise water, swaying palm trees, balmy tropical breezes and perpetual summer sunshine put people in the mood for love.

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  • Guide to Hawaii's Romantic Nature

    When it comes to romance, Hawaii looks like love, feels like love, smells like love, sounds like love and tastes like love. There is no question about it: Hawaii is sensuous.

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  • From the Archives: The Tavern at Princeville by Roy Yamaguchi

    roy's hawaiian fusion cuisine gift card in grassMy husband and I are on vacation this week, celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary. Three years ago, on October 22, we celebrated at a new restaurant on Kauai. During our 25 years of marriage, I've watched other friends marry, as well. Some stay married. Others do not--even those I thought were made for each other. The same can be said for restaurants on Kauai: Some come; some go. But not The Tavern at Princeville by Roy Yamaguchi. Its menu items may have changed since we visited in 2010 but the place is still doing well, based on its Yelp reviews.

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  • Wedding Flowers in My Refrigerator

    macro photography of orchidMy cousin Stef got married a week ago under sunny skies on a swath of grass above Lawai Beach on Kauai’s south shore, a choice location for a winter wedding, and now my refrigerator is full of wedding flowers--white orchids and roses.

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  • Brides and Rain. Oil and Water.

    kalalea mountain at sunset after a day of rainAfter teasing us all morning, Mother Nature got serious on the heels of Saturday’s Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Ocean Count. I was stationed along Kauai’s South Shore coastline at Mahaulepu-Makawehi on a bluff near the beach known as Shipwreck's in Poipu. (Note: Hawaiian name is Keoneloa Bay and, yes, the elevated location atop these bluffs are fabulous for watching the sunrise and the whales.) By noon, the sky off to the southwest lowered to a scowl. To go with it, the sky emitted a growl or two, and I high-tailed it for home on the opposite side of the island. Read More
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