When it comes to travel, packing separates the women from the gals. There are those who look as stylish on the road as they do at home and those ladies? They give us major style envy. So, we’re asking them to give us a look inside their luggage to see what they take where. And we’re starting with the Mari (aka Nomadic Habit
Dreaming of traveling to Hawaii? Whether it’s prepping for your first trip to the islands or finding where to eat on Oahu, a list of classic Hawaii local food, how to find good shave ice, or which island to visit, these picks from the editors of Salt & Wind Travel will help you get more out of your travels. Find day island guides, itineraries, recipes, and more.
Lee Anne Wong — owner and exec chef at Honolulu’s brunch house, Koko Head Cafe, and author of the just-published cookbook, Dumplings all Day Wong — invites us along for her perfect day on Oahu.
It was if the skies were weeping there was so much rain falling and yet, not even 24 hours prior, I had been crossing fields of lava rock in heat so dry I could’ve baked flatbread. After taking my Hyundai rental car to its limit by off-roading over a pot hole-ridden, washed out road, I trekked by foot to access
Say Aloha to Madre Chocolate: one of the only bean-to-bar artisanal chocolate shops in the state of Hawaii. They couldn’t be more uniquely located because Hawaii is the only one of the 50 states where cacao is currently being grown and, with the opening of Madre Chocolate, then crafted into chocolate. Similar to coffee a few years back, chocolate is