Author Archives: Angeline M
In a wonderful Hawaiian book written by Pali Jae Lee and Koko Willis, Tales from the Night Rainbow, a story is included that I’d like to share here, hoping you won’t mind a bit wordier post than usual for the … Continue reading
Simple perfection in its mystery.
A very good thing to do when in Hawaii is go on a photography tour with a guide who is a photographer. Along with the food tour the Sunday Traveler took on this most recent trip to Oahu, this photography … Continue reading
Walking the path seeing the decay and crushed. Focus on the whole, the one thing that appears to call out to your eyes. Let all else recede.
First day on the island and the Sunday Traveler took off on one of the best tours ever taken while traveling. Why had I not thought of a food tour before after all these years of coming to Hawaii? Hawaii … Continue reading
We don’t always need a spot light to find our way. Little bits of light are all that is needed some times to help us find our focus.
Nine days floating along with the tide and trade winds. I went where I was led by intuition most days, and discovered new places, new people, did new things; isn’t that what travel is all about? I’ve just returned and … Continue reading
Sunsets along the Carquinez Strait here in Northern California bring a bit of peace as the sun sinks into a fog bank farther out from the bridge. The sun that is still shining bright where the Sunday Traveler will find … Continue reading
Lost in thought, he stands transfixed on the stairs. I pass him invisibly.