I learned about it from a DDF member who took a job transfer to Hawaii after he raved on his blog about the Hydro Flask. I splurged for one and took it on United’s Island Hopper and have loved it ever since. DDF member Something Fishy bought one on my recommendation and brought it to Cuba and raved about having ice cold water in the sweltering Havana summer sun. … [Read more...] about Save 25% And Get Free Shipping Sitewide On Clearance Hydro Flasks; One Of My Essential Travel Items
There are workarounds to get the Subscribe & Save option to show up. The results vary based on whether you are using a mobile or desktop browser and whether you are using Firefox, Chrome, Safari, etc. So if you don’t see the option to skip immediate delivery and create a subscription try using another browser or switch between your phone and computer. … [Read more...] about All About Amazon Subscribe & Save: Watch Out For The Skip Button, Pesach PSA, Filler Items, And Other Tips
-We had a 4.5 hour layover in Newark airport and I ordered food from “New Kosher Special,” a chinese restaurant in nearby Elizabeth, NJ. Lunch specials with fried rice are just $5.90 and I had them put the meals in hard plastic containers so they wouldn’t leak. Delivery requires a $40 minimum order, but is free. I ordered a bunch of meals and a few egg rolls to get to the $40 and went outside security to pick up the food at curbside. They only take cash. I gave the driver a $5 tip and he was so overjoyed by the tip (Do NJ’ers not normally tip delivery people?) he offered to give me a couple bottles of water, but I don’t think the TSA would have approved. The Sesame Chicken was outstanding, a downright bargain at $5.90 and I definitely recommend the place for anyone with a layover in Newark. … [Read more...] about Traveling To Hawaii…With A 5 Month Old!
Some Rabbinical authorities hold that you must keep 2 days of Shabbos in Hawaii as the exact location of the halachic international dateline is a matter of debate. Be sure to discuss this with your Rabbi before traveling to Hawaii. If you will keep 2 days remember to discuss all potential ramifications regarding candlelighting, warming up food, etc.pilpul from Rabbi Aharon Dovid Gancz on the subject, a truly fascinating topic. … [Read more...] about DansMeals: Hawaii For The Kosher Traveler. Part 1: General Info And The Island Of Oahu
When we were in Maui last time with Rafi we took a sunset picture session on the beach with Wailea Photography. The pictures were stunning and many hang in our house today. If you mention DansDeals then you’ll also save $50 off the prices listed on the site. This isn’t a paid ad, I just really loved the pictures we got. We’ve taken photo shoots in Buenos Aires and Banff as well and I find that taking a photo shoot from a vacation spot is far better than any other silly souvenir from the trip. … [Read more...] about DansMeals: Hawaii For The Kosher Traveler. Part 3: Maui
Wailua Falls.-Queen’s Bath in Princeville is supposed to be stunning, though I haven’t made it there yet.-Snorkeling and diving are must-dos in Hawaii. boat tour of Na Pali that left from the South shore in the winter time. The entire boat was covered in vomit. The good news was that I paid with my Starwood AMEX and won the chargeback on a trip that never should have happened. Stick to summertime tours that leave from the north shore. Or see Na Pali from the air or on foot.Beware that you can’t bring any fruit home with you besides for Pineapple or Coconut.Kalalau Trail. You can hike the first couple miles as a day trip, but you need camping permits to do the whole trail. Allow a couple nights and be sure that you’re prepared for the hike of a lifetime! It’s definitely on my bucket list, though I think I should have crossed this one off before having kids… … [Read more...] about DansMeals: Hawaii For The Kosher Traveler. Part 4: Kauai And Other General Tips.