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No Worries Hawaii: A Vacation Planning Guide for Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and the Big Island Paperback – September 15, 2007
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I found this book not only remarkably thin in terms of length (160 pages) but very thin on value.
This is a very eccentric book that takes some getting used to. There is marginal research and very subjective advice given, especially in the 'you might want to miss...' category.
For example, the authors suggest tourists might want to skip the Big Island's Pahoa district. Huh? This is one historical place you do NOT want to miss if you like sacred sites, interesting hikes and cool, off the beaten path cafes and restaurants.
I am stunned that in the area of 'inspiring churches and holy places' which covers two whole pages, Molokai's magnificent St. Philomena's church at Kalaupapa is not rated a passing mention. In the category of 'top hotels' the Manele Bay and The Lodge are given [predictable] top honors for Maui -yet they're on the island of Lanai!! See what I mean by subjective?
Only swanky hotels are mentioned here, no restaurants, so this is a limited book. For three bucks less, you'll get much better value and and way better advice in the almost double-size, 303 page, chock-full Hawaii "Revealed" series by Andrew Doughty and Harriet Friedman. Leave your "Worries" at home.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This particular book was a lot older that I expected. Some of the areas they talked about are no longer current!Published 18 months ago by Aletha
This book gives a great, brief overview of all of the Hawaiian Islands. The best part for us was the quiz that helps you drill down into the specific islands that suit the type of... Read morePublished on October 31, 2013 by Carrie Keller
Like the photos & maps in this little book, plan to take it with me to the islands and see if the phone numbers are still active (printed 2007)Published on March 10, 2013 by sandra w
You can tell the author has a lot of friends in the tourist business... The roads have been improved immensely since this book was written, so you can disreguard any references to... Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by Steven Reeves
I found this book "No Worries Hawaii" so descriptive I couldn't wait to get there. The only problem it appeared to be suited mainly to the young & able-bodied as opposed to older... Read morePublished on October 4, 2012 by Lee
This book is mainly just lists of things to do and see on each island. It doesn't tell you where they are on the island or how to get to any of these listed places. Read morePublished on February 29, 2012 by Xenophon