Try not to Overindulge on your Hawaii Vacation!

On today’s show we’ve got a variety of news topics that are sure to pique your interest. Instead of starting with the weather, we’ll just jump right into a wrap-up on Flossie and this tropical storm’s effect on the island chain. We’ll also let you know how likely it is to encounter a tropical storm or hurricane when you’re visiting the islands. Next you’ll hear why Tuesdays in Waikiki just got more exciting and what the Hilton Hawaii Village has to do with it. Also, coming up this September is the annual Aloha Festivals, which is celebrating its 67th year with a float parade, a block party and more! Lastly we’ll go over the newest addition to NCL’s fleet of cruise ships, so if you’re planning a Hawaii cruise anytime soon, be sure to listen to this new news!

Our topic of the day is about overeating while on vacation and how to overcome it. For some a vacation is a time to let loose and indulge, but for others, watching their food consumption might be on their mind. We’ve got a handful of tips for you to try during your vacation, so you can return home feeling refreshed, invigorated and healthy!

Since 2006 Bruce Fisher has been publishing the Hawaii Vacation Blog and the Hawaii Vacation Connection Podcast which, create daily content about Hawaii Travel and Tourism. This Blog is the only online resource providing Hawaii-based information aimed at travelers seven days per week. Postings reflect the Hawaiian Islands, their culture and their lifestyle as accurately and thoroughly as possible.

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  1. I enjoyed your podcast. We were hoping to make it to Hawaii this summer, but our friend who wanted to go had to back out due to health reasons. She had open-heart surgery. We are interested in going back to Hawaii. We will fly out of MCI (Kansas City). Our travel dates are limited to mostly the summer as I am a teacher.

    We did visit Hawaii 5 years ago when we took a cruise. We arrived on Oahu 4 days prior to the cruise to relax and explore. I must say on this next trip I definitely want to spend more time on beaches on the North Shore and Windward sides. I am also interested in seeing the Polynesian Cultural Center, Macadamia Nut Farm, and possibly hills above Honolulu.

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