Archive for January, 2011

Marybeth speaks about travel safety on CNN News. CNN Airport Channel.

Marybeth speaks about travel safety on CNN News. CNN Airport Channel.

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In this clip from CNN, Marybeth shares great advice for travel safety and hotel security while you travel. “Don’t let fear keep you at home!” says Marybeth. “Use your common sense.” This is an especially helpful video for business travelers.

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Hawaii Five Adventures – Fins and Paddles on the Kona Coast

Hawaii Five Adventures – Fins and Paddles on the Kona Coast

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Leaving the rainforest and volcanoes behind, we traded our backpacks for fins, goggles and paddles on the Kona Coast. There is a world of difference between the east and the west coasts of the Big Island. One side is wet and verdant; the other side is dry and volcanic. We moved our base to the […]

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Hawaii five Adventures – Bike the Rim of the Volcano

Hawaii five Adventures – Bike the Rim of the Volcano

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Bike the Rim of the Volcano The forty-five minute drive from Hilo to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park leads you to one of the twenty World Heritage sites in North America and the only one in Hawaii. The Visitors Center was a good place to get our bearings and hear the ranger’s talk before we joined […]

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Hawaii Five Adventures – Hilo’s Open-Air Market

Hawaii Five Adventures – Hilo’s Open-Air Market

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Among the Best Open-Air Markets in the West www.bigisland.org Hilo blossomed from a village centered around the mission church to a boom town when sugar production flourished. Businesses came and went – whaling, coffee farms, sugar plantations, the occasional cruise ship and a budding tourist industry. Modern Hilo has a current population of forty-thousand- but […]

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Hawaii Five Adventures – Waterfalls on the Big Island

Hawaii Five Adventures – Waterfalls on the Big Island

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After we’ve wandered around the gardens at the Palm Cliff House outside Hilo, we lace up our walking shoes and head ¼ mile up the road, past an unhurried farmer on his tractor and pull into the parking lot at Akaka Falls State Park. We slow our pace on a paved circular trail to scrutinize  […]

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Hawaii Five O:  Plantation-Style Inn

Hawaii Five O: Plantation-Style Inn

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Exotic birds soar from palm to palm as we wind our way down the drive to the Palm Cliff House, a luxury inn located 14 miles from Hilo. Perched on the cliff’s edge 100’ above crashing surf, the plantation-style house is nestled within verdant acres of its own tranquil estate. Every room has views of […]

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Hawaii Five O -5 Outstanding Adventures on the Big Island of Hawaii

Hawaii Five O -5 Outstanding Adventures on the Big Island of Hawaii

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If you think Hawaii is only about resorts, pools and beaches, think again. The Big Island of Hawaii has so many active adventures outside the gates of the resort. You can hike to waterfalls, bike volcanoes, paddle with dolphins, and snorkel with Manta Rays. www.bigisland.org To get a feel for the rich diversity of the […]

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Grass Roots Philanthropy. Biked 3,115 miles Across America for Charity and Challenge.

Grass Roots Philanthropy. Biked 3,115 miles Across America for Charity and Challenge.

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No stilettos. No shopping… just pedaling to promote strong bones for life!    www.bondgirlsbikeamerica.com The Bond Girl Team, composed of Marybeth, her 22-year-old daughter and a friend, biked 3,114 miles from the Pacific to the Atlantic and raised $52,000 for the National Osteoporosis Foundation for research and education. Their all-female campaign brought awareness to the […]

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