Avoid AA’s Crappy Search Calendar, 14 Things About The Big Island, Phone’s Travel Auto Corrects

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Roundup: Articles From Around the Web

Here are some posts from around the web that I thought you may find interesting.  Let me know if there is anything good I missed.  Email me anything awesome that you find, or write, at Mark@milestomemories.com.

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14 THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU VISIT THE BIG ISLAND, HAWAII – Megan Starr

I am planning on taking my wife to Hawaii next summer for our anniversary.  I don’t think The Big Island will be on our list but this has me considering it for sure!

How to Access American’s Old Calendar Search Tool for Better Award Results – View from the Wing

American’s new search system blows, shocker I know.  This is a good way to avoid it.  I tend to get a mix between the two when I am searching flights so this tip will come in handy.

4 things award travel has taught my phone’s autocorrect ​- Points, Miles & Life

I got a little chuckle out of this post.  It is funny what things our technology picks up on these days.

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  1. Amazing to me that someone who “obsesses” about the Big Island can mention 14 things about it yet omit its unique culture & history.

    King Kamehameha was the founder and first ruler of the Kingdom of Hawaii. You can visit his birthplace in one town on the BI & follow the Royal Trail to where he grew up under protection & then to the fort where he ruled publicly.

    Visit the Koloko-Honorary National Historic Park in Kona or the Pu’ukohola Heiau. Both parks have deserted beaches along with ruins of villages and temples. With the ocean wind blowing about you & acres of undeveloped space, a visit here leaves an understanding and profound feel of native Hawaiian culture. Starr’s review of what is the essence of sacred ground is trivial & silly by comparison.

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