Kona SCUBA Diving Video

The first time I planned a dive trip to Hawaii, I had divers saying things like, “Well, the diving’s not that great in Hawaii,” or “Hawaii doesn’t compare to the Bahamas,” or some such criticism. So, my expectations really weren’t that high. Turns out, these divers either know about places I can only imagine, or […]

Jack’s Diving Locker

Not long ago, I made a post about dive industry people not responding to customer inquiries. Specifically, I named SubGear and Jack’s diving Locker because I had recently attempted to contact both–more than once. Within a day, I was contacted by Andy Woerner of Jack’s Diving Locker who had seen my post and expressed concern that […]

Hawaiian Airlines Thank You

When it comes to customer service, I’ve gotten pretty used to disappointment. With all that is affecting the air travel industry, I understand the diminishing level of service and the ever-increasing price of a plane ticket. I don’t like it, but I get it. Hawaiian Air really angered me a year or two ago when they […]

More on Kona Diving

Diving the Kona Coast, Hawaii I’m still trying to fill two more spots on the Kona trip for December, 2011. It’s a great deal so that won’t be a problem. promectine ivermectin In the mean time, whenever I stumble across an article or other interesting piece building up to the trip, I’ll post it. what […]

Harbor House Kona

It’s been a few years since I was there last, but I can tell you first hand nothing satisfies quite like a frosty cold schooner at the Harbor House. Last I checked, at $2.75, this is the best deal on the island, and a favorite among the locals. It’s also just a few feet from […]

Hotel Information

I’m working on a deal for the hotel still, but I am looking at the Kona Seaside Hotel. Basically, it’s a clean room, and very well situated within walking distance of restaurants, shops, etc. in Kailua Kona. I’ve stayed there before and think it’s great. But, if you’re the sort of person who prefers a […]