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Catherine Toth Fox


#CatTravels: A cultural lesson in Okinawa

By On April 24, 2015

To be honest, before this trip, all I knew about Okinawa had to do with food. Soki soba, taco rice, champuru. But I didn’t know much about what else makes this collection… Read More


#CatTravels: It’s all about the food in Okinawa

By On April 21, 2015

I’ve eaten all over Japan and nothing — nothing — compares to Okinawan food. The food in this southernmost prefecture is a reflection of its cultural diversity, distance from Japan and complicated history. The… Read More


#CatTravels: Heading to Okinawa

By On April 17, 2015

No, I’m not Okinawan. I say this because I’m asked it all the time. And I’m not really sure why. (I do love my taco rice and soki soba…) Maybe it has… Read More


#40trails No. 3: Pihea and Alaka‘i Swamp Trail, Kaua‘i

By On April 16, 2015

HIKE: Pihea and Alaka‘i Swamp Trail, Kōkeʻe, Kaua‘i WHEN: March 2015 LENGTH: 8 miles (total), roundtrip DIFFICULTY: Moderate FEATURES: Birding, native plants, canyon views, native rainforest, bog environment When my husband told… Read More


#CatEats: Table-to-farm event at the Sheraton Waikiki

By On April 15, 2015

It’s nearly impossible to find Twin Bridge Farms in Waialua without specific directions from someone who’s actually been there. It turns up in two different spots on two different map apps on… Read More