Travel, Tropical Drinks

Where Trouble Melts Like Lemon Drops

Happy Aloha Friday my beautiful friends! Cocktails and the beach sort of go hand-in-hand (for me, anyways), and over the years I've shared a few different drink recipes here on the blog. There's nothing better than enjoying a cold one while sitting in the sand and watching the sun set. I'm always searching for ways to… Continue reading Where Trouble Melts Like Lemon Drops

Food, Hawaii, Travel, Tropical Drinks

Hawaii in a Glass: My Blue Hawaii

Happy Aloha Friday my friends! In my last Aloha Friday post (months ago) I shared my Perfect Mai Tai recipe, and today I'm sharing another favorite drink recipe brought to you straight from the islands. Not only do I love the beautiful color of this drink as it reminds me of the ocean, but the flavors within the… Continue reading Hawaii in a Glass: My Blue Hawaii

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Christmas, Food, Hawaii, Maui, Travel, Travel Tips Thursday

My Perfect Day on Maui (Part 1)

The excitement is building for our "Maui Christmas" Trip (see what I did there?) 😉 so today I'm sharing my idea of the Perfect Day on Maui. And technically, because Maui is so diverse I've decided to include two posts for this topic: part 1 (all about West Maui) and part 2 (South and Central… Continue reading My Perfect Day on Maui (Part 1)

Food, Hawaii, Maui, Travel

A Maui Tradition-The Old Lahaina Luau

Without a doubt, The Old Lahaina Luau is the best Luau on Maui--at least according to all the reviews. The one regret that we had on our first trip to Maui was that we didn't attend this luau. When planning our honeymoon we thought, "We went to a luau on Kauai, we don't need to… Continue reading A Maui Tradition-The Old Lahaina Luau

Food, Football, Georgia, Travel

Southern Hospitality

You know how I started out my last post with, "Sometimes the best things in life are unexpected." Well sometimes that's true... and sometimes its not... We spent our Friday in the beautiful town of Athens, Georgia, home of our beloved Georgia Bulldogs. This eclectic college town has close to 120,000 residents and is about… Continue reading Southern Hospitality