Surf Break View Honolua

If you are looking for a sandy beach, Honolua Bay would not be what you are looking for.  However, the bay is a popular spot for snorkeling.  The beach itself is a narrow path of boulders and sand with the water being the focus.  Reaching the bay is a short trek in itself as you […]

Sailing Off Lanai

If you have ever traveled between Maui and Lanai, you would know that travel is only possible by ferry or plane. However, a plane would take a lot longer since the commercial flights are made via Honolulu on Oahu. There are not many ferry companies that transport people between Maui and Lanai. Ferries also only transport […]

Simon Williams: Lahaina Harbor 2

Lahaina Harbor is located in downtown Lahaina off of Front Street behind the large banyan and in front of the Pioneer Inn.  Ocean adventures include some of the best sportfishing, sailing, diving, and whale-watching in the world. Pretty nice sunsets too! Snorkel and Diving adventures can bring you close to dolphins, green sea turtles and humpback […]

The White Christmas Orchid Of Hawaii

The Big Island of Hawaii is known for many things including being the largest island in the Hawaiian chain. However, another name for the big island is the “orchid isle”. Orchids were commercially grown as early as the early 1900s when Hawaiian business people first began growing imported orchids in large shade-houses. They were primarily […]

Hospitality Artwork For Hotels & Condos

Tourism makes up a large part of Hawaii’s economy. Tourism makes up a large percentage of the state’s economy, with many of Hawaii’s largest industries revolving around the constant flow of tourists. Today’s travelers like to share their hotel experiences. The right art can encourage photo and video sharing which can reach future possible guests at your hotel. Today’s hotel and […]

Pointillism As An Art Form

Pointillism, also called divisionism and chromo-luminarism, in painting, the practice of applying small strokes or dots of color to a surface so that from a distance they visually blend together. The technique is associated with its inventor, Georges Seurat, and his student, Paul Signac, who both espoused Neo-Impressionism, a movement that flourished from the late […]