When it comes to family vacation, the sun is shining, says father-of-two

Family vacations are still the gold standard, but with the advent of the internet and the arrival of a new generation of kids, a new and different family holiday is taking the place of the old one.

What you need to know about the new holiday: When and where?

Hawaii has long been a family destination, but it’s not always the easiest place to get your family out and about.

That’s because many islands are remote, and the weather is usually much worse than the mainland.

But this year, you’ll be able to go to Hawaii for the first time, and you can do it without going to the mainland to get a passport.

It’s called the Hawaii Family Vacation.

The island of Oahu is popular for family vacations.

There are also plenty of other options, from beautiful parks and beaches to hiking trails and scenic mountain passes.

You can also get away for some quiet time.

But don’t go just for family fun, because there’s a lot more to the island than just the beaches.

What to do and when to do it: This year, the island of Hawaii is also getting a holiday known as the Maui Festival.

It started as a family holiday in the 1960s, but the festival is now a family-friendly holiday.

The festival runs until March 1 and has plenty of events for families, as well as plenty of entertainment.

There’s also plenty to do, from museums to cultural attractions.

It will be a perfect time to catch up on old school memories.

But if you’re just looking to relax, then head over to Oahu’s big lake.

You’ll be greeted by some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, including the Pacific Ocean, the Big Island and the iconic Mauna Kea.

The whole family will be able a glimpse of the island and it’s islands.

This is the time to go for a nice family picnic or a weekend of beach snorkelling.

There is a lot to see and do, so the best part of it all is that it’s free!

Who can go: The only thing you need is a passport and a passport-sized ticket.

However, if you want to take it all on a family vacation instead, there are plenty of family-approved groups available, so you can enjoy yourself.

There will be plenty of activities for everyone, so even if you aren’t a family member, you can still take part in the festivities.

If you’re interested in joining one of the groups, then please email [email protected]

The Big Maui is also offering a family beach trip this year.

It starts on February 17 and lasts until March 7.

If the weather looks good, you might be able take part, but don’t worry, it will be more fun if you take part with a friend.

There may be plenty to see at the beach, so be sure to book it well in advance.

What’s next?

In 2019, you should be able find out when the Maulei Festival returns to Hawaii.

And you should definitely consider joining a group.

There aren’t any other options for family holiday this year than this one.

Where to stay: The Big Maui is located on Oahu, just north of the Big West and the Kailua Peninsula.

It has a great selection of lodges, as you can expect to find one on any of the islands.

However you stay, you won’t be able use the same accommodation on each island, so it’s best to reserve a place with good amenities.

You should also check out the accommodation options in Kona.

The hotels have the same amenities as the islands, but they are much cheaper.

It also has the most spectacular views, so that can’t be overlooked.

The cost of accommodation in the Big Mauia is around $1,400 per night.

What are the rules of the Mauleye Festival?

The Mauleyes are the traditional Hawaiian family holiday that marks the arrival and departure of the spring.

It was founded in 1840, and is an annual celebration in honor of the goddess of the earth, Maui.

The family’s annual celebration starts on January 3, and lasts till March 6.

It features the Mauia dancers, a parade and music, and many other activities.

There can be many different kinds of activities, from dancing, singing, reading, playing cards, singing and more.

If all else fails, you may find yourself having a bit of fun in the Mauleys family beach area.

There should be plenty going on in the main beach area, including volleyball, fishing, sunbathing, and more, as there is no access to the beach from the mainland, so there are lots of opportunities to explore.

If that doesn’t sound like the perfect place to relax in, then don’t be afraid to try your hand at swimming, surfing, kayaking or other activities at

Why the ‘family’ in the Shreveport tornado story is real


— The family in the dramatic Shrevepurs incident in Louisiana is real, and they’re just going about their lives as if nothing’s wrong.

It was a family in Shreveps, Louisiana, who called 911 and said their three young children were missing.

“I just don’t believe the story,” said Lisa, the eldest.

The three young kids were left behind in a burning home, along with the family’s pets, after a tornado tore through the town of Shreveports.

Lisa said the family was in shock.

It took them months to recover, and Lisa and her husband, Jason, say they are now doing fine.

A picture of their little boy, who was just 6 weeks old, was on the front page of The Associated Press and was shared thousands of times on social media.

In a Facebook post, the Shveport Fire Department described how they were able to help save the lives of their son and daughter, who had fallen out of the home.

Jason and Lisa said the fire department also rescued another child, who wasn’t harmed.

As of Wednesday, the couple said their son was recovering at a local hospital, but said they were in a “survival mode.”

“We’re just doing our best to stay positive, and keep praying,” Jason said.

They said they’re keeping a close eye on the weather and keep in touch with their son, who is now 7 years old.

And Lisa said they will be posting updates on Facebook about the story and what they know about the situation.

Shreveport Fire & Rescue spokesman Lt.

Todd Jankowski said it took more than three months to make contact with the fire service to get the call to the fire station.

Fire officials say the fire started in the home’s garage, but the flames were brought up through the home and engulfed the building.

Officials say it took firefighters more than four hours to bring the blaze under control.

There are no immediate plans for the Shoutres to be evacuated.

If you have information about the Shouters, contact the Shoveport Fire Dept. at 713-534-7200.