Explore the rich historical heritage, spectacular natural beauty, aloha spirit, and the unique things, people, and places you will find only in Hawaii.
It seems, of late, that the world is going crazy. We confront a risk of injury and death that dominates our awareness. As acts of terrorism are played out nightly on the national news, many people live in real and daily paralytic fear. This is a time that is especially difficult for those who survived the horrific terrorist acts of 9/11 or who have endured the grief of having a family member or friend killed because of an act of terrorism.
Eco-adventuring at its finest, kayaking is one of the most versatile outdoor recreational activities in the Hawaiian Islands. Kayakers can paddle wild and challenging ocean waters, explore tranquil backwater bays or navigate scenic fresh river waterways. A good many of the best snorkeling spots in the Hawaiian Islands are only accessible by ocean kayak.
Our brains are physical organs. Just like our lungs, heart, bones, and muscles benefit from regular physical activity, research confirms exercise triggers a flood of chemicals that affect positive changes in the brain. Medical research studies indicate that persons who do not participate in regular exercise have an increased likelihood of experiencing chronic depression, memory loss, social apathy, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Face it! We are all getting older! However, it beats the alternative! Unfortunately, as we age, we all have to deal with confidence sabotaging fine lines, a bit of sagging, dark circles under our eyes, perhaps an unsightly frown line between our eyebrows, skin tags, age spots, or uneven skin tone.