Hawaii Travel Guide Books

A Hawaii Big Island Travel Guide Book: Worthwhile Buy?

Hawaii Big Island Travel GuideDo you need to buy a Hawaii Big Island travel guide? If so, which one should you buy? It seems like there are two types of travelers (well, there are probably a lot more, but for our purposes here, two types will suffice). The first type of traveler loves to fly by the seat of their pants when they travel. These travelers love the journey as much as the destination and welcome unexpected changes in plans as part of the adventure of travel.Hawaii Big Island Travel Guide also have an aversion to excessive planning for fear of losing the fun of being spontaneous.

The second type of traveler is the planning type. These travelers live and die by the itinerary. They have perfected the art of maximizing their leisure time and, because of their precise planning and attention to details, they are rarely disappointed when they travel.

So, you probably think I'm going to say that the first type of traveler should skip the guide books and the second type should buy all of them.Big Island Hawaii Books t so fast. Honestly, I think that being well informed is a quality that suits all kinds of travelers. And a good Hawaii Big Island travel guide book can help you get the most out of your experience on the Big Island no matter what kind of traveler you are.

A good travel guide will leave you much better informed and, hopefully, at least a little bit entertained. So a guide book should be more than a Yellow Pages directory of local businesses, restaurants, stores and hotels. It should help you get to know something useful about your destination by sharing more than just the facts. The best travel guides are full of personal stories and advice based on experience. And great travel writers know how to communicate valuable information in an entertaining way.

I'm happy for you, A story of Aloha

by soulbecket

The big island, man, I could do that.Easily.
I had a small memory of living in Hawaii pop into my head today.
I was living in a hotel in Waikiki and takeing the bus that went through fort DeRussey to get to work one afternoon and the bus driver stopped and waited while looking in the rear view mirror and over his shoulder until he rose and went to the open door to look back at middle aged female tourist running towards the bus stop from the hotels.
The woman came within voice range and asked sheepishly if he was waiting for "Me"?
The driver replied in his best pidgeon accent,
"I wait foyou fo evah!"

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Recomended Guide Books for Hawaii?

My family is just begining to plan for our first trip to Hawaii. We want couple of good guide books to help us plan everything. Where to stay, what to do, etc.

There are so many books out there, I was hoping someone would have a suggestion to help us.

Thanks in advance!

It depends on which island you're going to. This should help you get started:

when you get to the baggage claim area, or front airport lobbies, they have tons of Free brochures (some with discount coupons)! Taxi's are too expensive, look in one of the free brochure's for a round trip Shuttle service.

have fun and Aloooooooooooooooooooooha! :o)
p.s. our avatars look almost the same, lol

Best travel book for Hawaii?

Specifically one for Oahu since that's where we will be staying on our vacation. But anyways basically I'm looking for a really good, helpful travel book for Hawaii/Oahu (we are willing to look into visiting the other islands so not a big deal if it's not centered directly on Oahu). We want suggestions for things to do, places to eat, etc. So what is the best travel book to buy?

I have try on travelcyclopedia.org and find lots of travel guide and tip about Hawaii you can try all the best....

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