Palau: The incredible Rock Islands and Jellyfish Lake

G jellyfish lake

By George Rajna Ever since 2009, when Lisa—my wife and travel partner—and I swam with jellyfish in a lagoon on Indonesia’s Kakaban Island, we had wanted to once again immerse ourselves amidst jellyfish in a place famous for it: a lake located within Palau’s gorgeous and UNESCO-recognized Rock Islands. Our first day visiting the famous […]

One-stop, non-stop entertainment in Manila, the Philippines

Lisa in Cinderella's Carriage

By Lisa Niver Rajna and George Rajna During the last fifteen months, my husband George and I have been traveling independently all over Asia. We knew we needed to return to Los Angeles for a family event in October so after being away since July 2012, we began to make our way back across the Pacific. […]

Travel Style: Lisa Niver Rajna and George Rajna

LGAmed Sunset

Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without. Name: Lisa Niver Rajna and George Rajna Occupation: George and Lisa are the co-founders of We Said Go Travel and […]

Kailua Beach, a Tropical Oasis on Oahu

On the Road in Kailua by Lisa Niver Rajna

Should you visit the Hawaiian island of Oahu, don’t miss meeting Carol, the wonderful owner at Mani Mele Bed and Breakfast, a tropical oasis steps from the beach on Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii. You may remember hearing about this beach as this was the Presidential respite and winter break in December 2011 for the First Family. […]

Wandering in Waikiki

Waikiki

The area around Waikiki’s famous two mile-long white sand crescent beach is a mecca for tourists. Waikiki means “spouting waters” and is located on Oahu, the third largest of the Hawaiian islands. Oahu means “gathering place” and many tourists gather here to enjoy the sand, shopping, and attractions of this incredible paradise. We stayed at […]

A Day to Remember: Pearl Harbor

Shuttle Boat

My father was born on December 11, 1941 while my grandfather had already joined the military. For my whole life I have heard how my father was born three days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the triggering event of American involvement in World War II. The attack claimed the lives of over 2000 military […]