TOP SPOTS FOR SOLO YOGA OR A MOMENT OF ZEN IN KO OLINA

Aloha Pumehana. If you are reading this article, you are likely looking for some true relaxation while coming to stay with us here at Ko Olina on Oahu. First, you should know that regardless of where you are staying at Ko Olina, all of these spots are walkable. So grab your yoga mat, coffee, champagne, or favorite book and walk out. We suggest leaving the car keys and the cell phone at your Beach Villa or hotel room. These moments are all about YOU! Our Favorite Spots for Solo Yoga 1. The

KAENA POINT HIKE

While at Just Tacos this past Tuesday for Taco Tuesday, three of us decided to hike the Ka’ena Point Trail on Saturday (perhaps after a beer….. or two). Jack & Mike, who do a lot of our maintenance work, as well as myself, agreed to meet at 7:00 AM to get an early start. As happens in our business, an AC repair came up on Saturday morning so we didn’t get to the trailhead until about 9:30. The Trail The trailhead is at the West end of Yokohama Bay, (which, by the way has

A DAY AT THE POLYNESIAN CULTURE CENTER

Locals tend to shy away from the tourist spots because we go to these destinations for school excursions. So a couple of us decided to go visit the Polynesian Culture Center from a tourist’s perspective. Gaining a New Perspective at the Polynesian Cultural Center We scheduled our day and transportation so that we could experience everything that the center had to offer without any hesitations and I’m glad that we did. The Polynesian Culture Center is an all-day affair, and the last thing that we wanted was to worry about being tired

AIEA LOOP TRAIL HIKE

  TRAIL NAME: Aiea Loop Trail DIFFICULTY: Easy LENGTH: 4.8-mile loop FEE: None WHERE: 99-1849 Aiea Heights Drive, Aiea If you’re looking for a hike that’s not too strenuous (no rock-climbing, no ropes, no stairs) but immerses you in a lush forest with native trees and plants, consider the Aiea Loop Trail. This pleasant 4.8-mile hike runs along the west side of Hālawa Valley, with views of Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head and the Ko‘olau Mountains.  Since it’s a loop, you’ll never get bored as each view will be different.  At the trailhead, there’s ample parking