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Disney in Hawaii: Visit the Aulani Lagoon for Free

November 18, 2012 – 7:00 pm

Planning a trip to O’ahu for the Honolulu Color Run, Mapquest showed the 5K race course just down the street from the Disney Aulani Resort & Spa in Ko Olina. With lodging already booked in …

Geocaching in Hawaii: Earth Cache at Diamond Head State Monument in Honolulu, O’ahu

November 12, 2012 – 7:42 pm
View Inside Caldera from Summit

With plans to earn the Hawaii State geocaching souvenir on our family vacation to the the middle of the Pacific Ocean, we consulted Geocaching.com for a variety of cache types that allowed for sufficient educational …

Family Vacation in Hawaii: Affordable Ideas on The Big Island

November 11, 2012 – 6:32 pm
Surfs Up

Family-friendly and affordable vacation suggestions for a family vacation on The Big Island of Hawaii.
Traveling a great distance and spending a chunk of change just getting to Hawaii, our recent family vacation needed to be …

Long-Term Holiday Vacation in Orlando, Florida: Stay at Gatwick Hotels

November 10, 2012 – 6:19 pm

Orlando getaways are viewed by many as the ultimate family getaway. Regardless of any low- cost holiday packages you may find on the internet, the cost of your Florida family escape can soon amount to …

Labyrinths in Madison, Wisconsin

November 10, 2012 – 6:17 pm
Deer Park Buddhist Center

Constructed around the world in various materials, shapes, and sizes, labyrinths are man-made paths that twist and turn in maze-like ways. Used for contemplation, reflection, and spiritual awareness, we’ve started to notice labyrinths on our …