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Mai Tai

Everyone has a mai tai recipe. This is mine. I’d also be happy to drink one of yours.

1 oz. light rum
1 oz. gold rum… 41 more words


Aloha Friday: 8/11/2017 No work till Monday

Left Coast Crime 2017, Honolulu Havoc

What can I say about Left Coast Crime? This is always one of the best mystery conventions. Smaller than Bouchercon, but attracting top authors and dedicated fans. 1,185 more words

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Finding Waikiki's Best Mai Tai – Part 6: The Nook's Classic-ish Mai Tai

Since you’ve already read Taylor’s Origins post on Mai Tais—the first of our Mai Tai series—I don’t have to explain to you how Trader Vic’s Mai Tai recipe differs from the modern incarnation. 586 more words



My last full day in Hawaii. Today I’ve felt sadness at the thought of leaving tomorrow. I love my family and I’m looking forward to seeing them but I have fallen in love with Hawaii. 436 more words


My 5 Things to Do in Maui

This was my first time on a tropical island and Maui did not disappoint. Read my top 5 things I’d recommend you check out on this beautiful piece of land!  628 more words


Finding Waikiki's best Mai Tai—Part 5: Cuckoo Coconuts

This article is a direct continuation of part three of our Mai Tai series. Check out the whole series here.

Still buzzing from my experience at Arnold’s, I swaggered into Cuckoo Coconuts, another tiki bar cleverly tucked away, as if operating in the open might get them shut down. 718 more words


Finding Waikiki’s best Mai Tai – Part 4: Duke's Waikiki

Those coming to Hawaii on a long flight may want to stop at Duke’s Waikiki to decompress.

Named after one of Hawaii’s patron saints, Duke Kahanamoku—multiple Olympic gold medalist, hero and the original progenitor of surfing’s modern popularity—Duke’s Waikiki draws on nostalgia for the golden age of Waikiki. 428 more words