Hawaii

Welcome to The Travel Bloggers Guide to Hawaii.

Our guide aims to provide inspiration of attractions to visit, where to stay, places to eat, videos to watch and recommendations of further reading via links to stories, reviews and media from the travel blogging and writing community.

 

 

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park – UNESCO World Heritage Site

Papahanaumokuakea – UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Travel Bloggers Guide of where to Eat and Drink

Giovanni’s Shrimp Truck, 56-505 Kamehameha Hwy, Kahuku, HI 96731 – The original Shrimp Truck has been dishing out succulent Hawaiian Shrimps since 1993.  There are just three options on the menu, Lemon Butter, Shrimp Scampi and the ‘No Refunds’ Hot & Spicy Shrimp. Tasty.  giovannisshrimptruck.com

Hanks, 324 Coral Street, Honolulu 96813 – Former Chicago chef Hank has spent the last  5 years serving up sensational hot dogs with a twist.  Check out the Thursday special, Buffalo and beef sausage made with brown ale and chipotle, pineapple relish, cabbage and Guinness mustard. OMG!  hankshautedogs.com

Moose McGillycuddy’s, 310 Lewers St, Honolulu, HI 96815 – Open since 1980, Moose McGillycuddy’s is known for serving up giant Ommettes.  The menu includes George W. Omelette, The Popeye Omelette, John Denver Omelette and Beach Boy Omelette.  But for those with big appetites check out the Moose Omelette Omelette, made with 12 large eggs, bacon, sausage mushrooms, onions & melted cheese, served with breakfast potatoes & toast. moosemcgillycuddys.com

The Travel Bloggers Guide to listening material

 

 

Listen to Travel to Lanai – Episode 320 with Chris Christensen at the amateurtraveler.com.

 

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