The Amateur Traveler talks about traveling to the Hawaiian Island of Lana’i.
I recently spent a week in Lana’i as a guest of the Lana’i Visitor’s Bureau as one of their 2012 “Artists in Residence”.
Lana’i only has 3,000 residence and a small-town feel. I talk about some of the more unusual (for me at least) activities that I tried on the Island, including riding a horse, going on a ride and shoot (to Lana’i Pines Sporting Clays), sunbathing, learning to play the ukulele, getting a Lomi Lomi massage, volunteering at a cat sanctuary and going 4 wheel drive tour. You don’t have to do this much when you go to Lana’i. You could also just golf or lie on the beach.
Travel to Molokai and Lanai in Hawaii – Amateur Traveler Episode 206
Four Seasons Resort Lana’i at Manele Bay
The Pine Trees of Lanai
Blue Ginger Cafe
Lanai City Grille
Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods), Lanai
Snorkeling and Scuba on Lanai
Snuba Diving in Hawaii
Lanai Culture & Heritage Center
On Travel to the Yunnan Province of China – Episode 319 Barry Krame r wrote:
We visited the majority of places that Lee discussed in his podcast, and we can confirm that this a unique and exciting region to visit in China. Our major reason to go there was to enjoy the scenic beauty and while we indeed did find unrivaled beauty, we also fell in love with the culture and people of the region.
Rick tells us how to play the Amateur Traveler on your TV from your iPad
Travel to Southern Israel – Episode 318 made Brad’s jog fly by