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I want to be where sand and sea play while the sun radiates overhead. There’s a place I know, where the sun shines brightest and the Pacific, deceivingly inviting makes it all the more alluring. A place where the sand stretches for as long as the sun shines. A place where you can gorge on the spoils of Mother Nature’s buffet if you’re willing to do the prep work.

To get to this place, persistence (and a cooler full of goodies) pays in spectacular sunsets, a sense of awe and a renewed belief in the world beyond our tiny screens.

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We’re already a third of the way through the year with no signs of slowing down. Here’s what you missed in April:

  • My first world problem freak out about how I intend to maintain my fitness routine abroad, although I suspect all of the eating I’ll be doing in Madrid and Lisbon this month will be the brunt of my “core” work 😉
  • This photo of a lazy Kaua’i afternoon in the North Shore
  • My friend Jill’s recipe for Curative Chicken Soup!

Here’s what’s happening in May and what you can expect in terms of more Curious Passport posts:

  • Tapas hopping in Madrid
  • Surfing in Portugal
  • Volcano hiking in the Azores
  • Wandering in Berlin

However, before I leave, I’m nearly finished with #FivePeakChallenge, hosted by Mission Trails Regional Park – here’s evidence of completing hike three of five to the top of North Fortuna Summit:

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Have a recommendation for me, a blog you think I should check out? Leave me a comment below!

 

From a new food series to tips for Kaua’i travel, here’s what you missed on The Curious Passport in March and what the handy analytics tool tells me you clicked on most:

  • THIS Avocado Egg Salad recipe by new food series, #Haaps&BarleyXCuriousPassport – cure your hunger pangs now.
  • THIS Miso-glazed salmon with lentils and broccolini recipe

 

Over on Instagram, Hawaii magazine featured a scene from Oahu, taken from my sister’s lanai on a recent visit. Cool!

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