Go Visit Hawaii Celebrates 4th Blogaversary

Time sure does fly when you’re having fun. I’ve had a blast writing our award-winning Hawaii travel advice on GoVisitHawaii.com. As we celebrate our 4th blogaversary, it’s hard to believe we’re entering our fifth year – that’s, like, ancient in blog years. 🙂

Hula Pie

To celebrate the day, let’s all pretend we’re having a slice of Hula Pie in Hawaii. Just looking at our Hula Pie photo on the right brings back happy memories. We took that photo in 2003 during our first visit to Kauai. At the time, we had no idea that three years later, we’d be sharing that photo in our Hula Pie blog post.

What a blessing it’s been to visit Hawaii and be able to share honest, practical vacation tips.  Thank you for reading and helping us become one of the top independent  travel blogs in the world and the leading Hawaii travel blog.

  1. Yeah! Hau’oli Piha Makahiki or Hau’oli la Ho’Omana’O. I googled how to say Happy Anniversary in Hawaiian and they had both of these. hmm. Don’t know which is right!

    Thank you, Sheila, for sharing your passion with all of us! Much aloha and Mahalo Nui Loa!

    1. Mahalo nui Janet! You’ve been a blessing and encouragement to me! One of these days we’re going to have to time our trips to Hawaii and meet up for a slice of haupia pie from Ted’s Bakery. 🙂

  2. Congrats and deep down thanks. Thanks to the blogduring our first trip to Oahu (next week!!!!) we are having a meal with the Slow Foods Oahu group and have scheduled our 40th anniversary dinner at Alan Wongs –we like to share in the bountiful local foods of where we visit. Aloha

  3. Whoohoo!! I’m so happy for you — AND so happy for everyone that’s found great advice about Hawaii from your site for all these years! I send a big hug, a high-five, and encourage you to go lie down and take a nap — you deserve it. 🙂

  4. Congrats!

    Time really flies, and I know there has been a lot of effort on the part of you and Andy to build this blog and keep it such a premier spot in the Hawaii blogosphere for so long. Four years is a long time to be talking story, and looking forward to four more.

    – Kris

    1. Kris – I love that Hawaii phrase — “talking story”. Thank you for being a great blog conversationist when it comes to talking story about Hawaii. We need to meet up for Hula Pie at Kaanapali Beach. 🙂

  5. I get to see just how hard you work on Go Visit Hawaii. It’s no wonder this is THE top Hawaii travel blog based on how hard you work and how much you love your readers!

    1. Thanks, Dave. At first though another 4 years sounds daunting, but then again, I couldn’t have ever imagined 4 years agoin that I’d still be going strong now.:)

  6. Happy blogiversary! Wow, 4 years. That’s awesome. Congrats–you do a great job of bringing valueable information about travel to Hawaii to the rest of us.

  7. Sheila, I can’t tell you enough how valuable this site and your advice has been as Cari and I get ready for our first trip to Hawaii. Congrats on four years, and cheers to many more!

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