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Trilogy catamaran company located on Maui..the best day sailing to Lanai..great breakfast/ cocktails/ service is fabulous- seeing Spinner dolphins leading the way- highly recommended- Loved it. Everytime I go home to Hawaii- and visit maui.
It's #NationalRumDay and if there is one thing we do well in #Bermuda it's rum! (OK and beaches crystal clear water snorkeling food...we're kind of the whole package). This capture of a Bermuda favorite the infamous Dark 'n Stormy by @bumbyfoto has us ready to celebrate this momentous day Bermuda-style! Drink responsibly friends. #Biteofbermuda #bermuda #bermudaeats #bermudafood #wearebda #darknstormy #rum #cocktail #sipofbermuda #blackrum #gingerbeer #drink #islandlife #yum by @bumbyfoto
Step aboard a sleek and luxurious catamaran, grab a seat on deck, and enjoy a delicious tropical lunch of island-style specialties. Snorkel over a shipwreck, swim with sea turtles, and lounge on the beach as you sip on rum punch and cocktails from the boat’s open bar.
Alameda, CALocated near the old Naval Air Station Alameda, Forbidden Island is a little haven of World War II-era South Seas romanticism, opened in 2006 by a former Trader Vic’s bartender. The menu is strictly booze, but the bar is BYOF (bring your own food), welcoming take-out tacos and more from other local eateries. Try the “Monkey Pod,” a rum cocktail with coconut and tamarind, or skip straight to the “Pools of Paradise” menu, with bowl-size tiki drinks made for sharing.
First time visitors probably don’t think of cattle ranching and cowboys when they envision tropical Hawaii, but on Hawaii Island in particular, the history of paniolo (Hawaiian cowboys) runs deep.