Beat of Hawaii is an acclaimed and very popular website founded more than ten years ago to help promote our Hawaiian Islands to visitors. We gratefully welcome millions of visitors to Beat of Hawaii each year.
We are passionate about and internationally known for our coverage of cheap flights to Hawaii, the Hawaii travel industry, Hawaii travel tips and more.
Beat of Hawaii provides information only but do not sell tickets.
E komo mai – Rob and Jeff, Beat of Hawaii
Meet Jeff and Rob, the Beat of Hawaii authors
More About Rob
My ancestors came to Kauai in the 1850’s. I, however, returned to Hawaii via Washington, Oregon and Pennsylvania. For nearly fifteen years, Hawaii has been my full-time home. It’s a natural fit for me because I love the ocean and the culture of the islands; a perfect place for a Pisces guy!
World travel has been in my blood since I was a child, and I still remember my first trip to Europe as though it were yesterday. My passion for travel continues to grow, and I have lists of upcoming trips. Having an office in France helps keeps travel going.
I’ve worked in marketing, public relations, strategic planning and consulting my entire career. I have a Graduate degree in Education and a Bachelor’s in English.
I fell into travel writing quite by accident on a trip to Australia many years ago. It provided a way to stay in touch with, and send photos to, friends and family on a more real-time basis.
Beat of Hawaii, is a great melding place for my writing, passion for travel, and love of Hawaii.
More About Jeff
A serial entrepreneur and renaissance-type by nature, I’ve worked in marketing and technology for over 30 years. I headed an international business practice for many years, with consulting clients in Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas. I managed travel (and expenses) for a large group of globe-trotters, and trained corporate travel agents to meet our needs. Today I am CEO of an international marketing firm specializing in professional vacation rental management.
I moved to Hawaii full-time decades ago, after having spent a great deal of time here since the 70’s. I still love to travel and to offer travel help and recommendations to visitors and locals alike. I am well known for following the Hawaii travel industry closely. When I’m not working, writing, coffee roasting, long distance ocean swimming, outrigger canoeing, yoga and edible gardening are among my many varied interests.
More About Muley
I’m the talkative and ever opinionated mascot at Beat of Hawaii. Born and raised in Hawaii, I’m 27 years old. My dad was a Big Island donkey and my mom a quarter horse. “Lucky live Hawaii” as we say here. I’ve trained the rest of the Beat of Hawaii team on everything equine. They know what I like to eat and when, and how I like to be groomed. I’m 750 pounds of beautiful blond girl, and pure pet, as you can plainly see. Mules are much smarter than you might think, and the best of equines without doubt.
Life here isn’t bad, but we all have our jobs. Mine is to keep acres of grass munched at a rate of over fifty pounds a day, consume at least twenty pounds of my preferred treats, and keep an eye on everything. We’ve got wild pigs, and they can be dangerous. My favorite treats include carrots and apples (of course), bananas, papayas, mangos, dried fruits, nuts and seeds.