Our 2016 travels begin with a trip to the Caribbean We’ve just returned home from a fun-filled family adventure to the Caribbean that took us to 7 countries in just under three weeks. While I had initially planned to write a few blog posts while on the trip, for some reason I couldn’t login to the website from Puerto […]
Rano Raraku on Easter Island Given that it’s the Easter Holiday weekend, we thought it was fitting to make this week’s travel photo about Easter Island. This photo was captured at Rano Raraku, a volcanic crater in the Rapa Nui National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Easter Island is famous for it’s mysterious moai statues, the giant […]
Descending into Kalaupapa’s dark past Buzzy Sproat has experienced a lot during his time on the remote island of Molokai. The legendary mule trainer has spent the last 40 years guiding visitors down the world’s tallest sea cliffs to the hauntingly beautiful Kalaupapa peninsula. As we saddled up, Buzzy went through his standard orientation and […]
Molokai is not like its Hawaiian neighbours. With this in mind, we’ve put together a list of things to do (and not do) when traveling to The Most Hawaiian Island
Rated as the number one adventure on Molokai, we hop on the backs of sturdy mules and descend 1,700 feet down the world’s tallest sea cliffs to the Kalaupapa Peninsula
Often compared to the legendary ‘Road to Hana’ on Maui, the scenic drive to Halawa Valley is an attraction all on its own. In this post, we share our video footage from the drive. It’s quite the road trip!
We captured this soft pastel sunset from the Kaunakakai Harbor pier on Molokai, said to be the longest pier in Hawaii
We share our first impressions of Molokai, a lesser known Hawaiian Island that is proudly labeled as “The Most Hawaiian Island”