Visitor from Fresno, California
“These places are wonderful!”
As a travel agent we try to stay in as many places as we can so we can provide good advice to our clients. This complex is wonderful. It is gated, private and quiet. We had a 2 bedroom, and both were master suites. Had all the amenities you could think of even a 62 inch TV for my husband. There is a pool located in the complex with excellent bar-b-que facilities. A very nice private beach is located about a quarter of a mile from the complex. The places a large and comfortable. Can handle a family of two or more couples.
Alaska Airlines announced it will begin seasonal flying between Kona on the Big Island and Portland, Oregon four times a week starting November 12, 2010 and will add a second flight between Kona and Seattle, which will operate three times a week from November 11, 2010 to April 10, 2011.
Alaska Airlines scheduled more than a dozen routes to Hawaii from Anchorage and West Coast cities including Seattle and San Jose, California, in the past two-and-a-half years.
For more information visit Alaskaair.com
Visitor from Pleasanton, CA
“Quiet and peaceful”
Condo was beautiful and spacious. It had everything we needed. A great place to stay with a family. There were 5 of us and we never felt crowded. The only noise was the sound of the birds in the morning. It was very quiet and peaceful. It was also nice to have a washer/dryer. The only problem was mosquitoes. Bring lots of bug spray.
Join us July 10, 2010 at the Kilauea Military Camp front lawn for the Kilauea Cultural Festival.
Learn Hawaiian crafts from the masters and make a lei or feather kähili, play Hawaiian games like pala‘ie (a loop and ball game), weave a coconut basket, and taste traditional foods. Attendees also have a chance to learn from skilled practitioners who demonstrate their arts of fishing, throwing net, building a canoe, and much more.
For more information, visit Hawaii.Volcanoes.National-Park.org.
From time-to-time we will post golf tips that are sure to help your game – enjoy!
“Out think your opponents on the golf course,” Dr. Dick Coop.
1. Play in the present
A good way to stay in the present is to focus not only on individual shots, but on pieces of shots. For example, if you’re facing a tough drive, concentrate on the preparation process. Pick a safe target, aim the clubface and align your body, key on one swing thought, and then let it go. If you get lost in the process, thinking positive, constructive thoughts, your performance will improve.
2. Know thyself
Does a bad round ruin your entire day? Does how well you play affect your relationships at home? Are you always saying you don’t play as much as you’d like to? These could be indicators that golf is out of proportion with the rest of your life. As I tell my Tour players, you need an out, something that makes you feel good about yourself — and has nothing to do with golf.
We like these two tips, for the entire article visit golf.com.