This Mayan girl selling necklaces on the street in Antigua stole my heart. She was impossible to say no to and literally the best salesperson I've ever met. I guess you learn quick and have to acquire a healthy dose of salesmanship to really do well selling on the streets. I think she'll go far
Go Slow is the saying here. If you seem to be walking with a purpose you'll hear it from a local. "Go Slow" they say in a smooth relaxing voice. You'll see it written on walls in restaurants, bars and on T-shirts in the touristy booths.
If you saw my first post on Belize, the Insane Moho River R
On our 4th day on the big isle of Hawaii we took a drive to the Pololu Valley to see the incredible views we had been told about. This is the area the helicopters fly around to show the sites as well as being the birth place of King Kamehameha.
Just one of the many beautiful valleys in this area
Check out Kaimu area of the Big Island. The is the area that is constantly threatened by lava flow. It has black sand beaches, lava rock cliffs high above the ocean and a beautiful nearly brand new black sand beach.
I'll bet you didn't know there was a beach that is younger than you are. Kaimu b
Get off the beaten path a bit while on the Big Island of Hawaii and head to South Point. Beautiful scenery and an adventure are waiting for you at the southernmost tip of the United States. (Nope, that's not Key West)
How to get there...
I think renting a vehicle (which is usually a jeep) is the
Come with us on a tour of the Big Island of Hawaii. Hawaii has 10 of the worlds 14 climate zones! There is an incredible amount to see in a reletively small place. Today I’m starting a series on the Big Island of Hawaii and my favorite location is up first. The green sand beach, it is one of onl