Out & About on Oahu Blog Archive
Witness the energizing and intriguing cultures of Hawaii’s Polynesian sister islands through song, dance and the unforgettable story of Mana at Ha: Breath of Life
Tucked away on the quiet cliffs of Diamond Head, is a sprawling home filled with timeless treasures from around the world. Scenes from The Secret Garden or The Great Gatsby come to mind when describing Doris Duke’s Shangri La.
Oahu’s tropical beauty and rich island culture is worked into every detail of Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa. From authentic kapa patterns lining the hallways to a mouth-watering menu that utilizes local products and cooking methods, this resort showcases the best of Hawaiian culture, cuisine and natural beauty.
The Contemporary Museum is just one of the great museums on Oahu that offers free admission on the first Wednesday of each month.
The island of Oahu offers a wide array of epicurean experiences that reflect the island's exotic history, unique multicultural background, and contemporary urban energy. From farm-to-table dining with James Beard Award-winning chefs, to the classic plate lunch with two scoops of rice and macaroni salad, to ethnic eateries serving tantalizing flavors, Oahu's culinary scene offers much to explore...
Maybe it’s because I’m a Pisces, but whenever I go to the beach, I need to be in the water, whether to float lazily around or surf Oahu’s legendary breaks.
The morning of my Wild Wide Specialty Tours’ “Best of the West” cruise, The Little Mermaid soundtrack played over and over again in my head.
I was excited when I was invited this past weekend to swim at Sheraton Waikiki’s new infinity edge pool.
Ever wonder what chefs on Oahu eat? There’s an app for that.
“Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” came to Hawaii in October 2009 to film an all-Oahu episode and additional segments to be used in other episodes during the show’s eighth and ninth seasons.