It’s summertime in Kailua again and it’s getting hot, hot, hot! It is predicted that Hawaii will see higher than average temperatures this summer, especially July through September.1 Sun can make or break a vacation (picture your child in a lobster costume). Too little and you might as well stay home. Too much and you

Sarah Davis is, any way you slice it, an intellectual. At first impression not a commanding figure, standing 5’2″ on her tip toes, she may just come off as a friendly face. At least not someone who you’d immediately assume was a professional kayak guide capable of leading eco adventures in the Pacific Ocean. But

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