Hawaii vacation news: November 24, 2020


* Today marks the start of the new travel restriction that requires travelers to have their negative test result before the departure time of their final leg of travel to Hawaii as we reported on Friday. The test must be taken within 72 hours of the final leg of departure by a testing partner approved by the state of Hawaii. If a traveler does not have their result prior to the departure of their final flight, the traveler must quarantine for 14 days even if a negative test result is received afterwards. Per a Star-Advertiser article, this

Hawaii vacation news: November 18, 2020


* On November 16th, the governor issued a new emergency proclamation to clarify the statewide mask mandate. Scroll to  Exhibit J in the proclamation document to read the full details of the mask mandate. The crux of it is that face coverings must be worn over the nose and mouth when in public. There are some limited exceptions, so please read Exhibit J to understand the rules.

* Hawaii has added 11 new trusted testing partners for the pre-travel testing program. One of the most notable, new partners is Costco/AZOVA, which offers an observed at home test. See the

Caravanning News – NOVEMBER 2020 edition

New logo Hunt for ‘disgusting’


A REVOLTING caravanner
has been caught pouring sewage down a sink at a Queensland cafe.
unbelievable behaviour was captured on a security camera outside Charchys
on Westside in Wood Street at Warwick in the state’s south-east.
Owner Adam Nesbitt told Caravanning News: “Some disgusting
individual emptied their caravan toilet cassette into our cleaning sink at
the rear of our shop and left it for us to clean up. But unknown to him
his every move was caught by our security camera. We hope someone will