Why Hawaii Might Be Better For Allergy Sufferers

Why Hawaii Might Be Better For Allergy Sufferers

Why Hawaii Might Be Better For Allergy Sufferers
Why Hawaii Might Be Better For Allergy Sufferers

Why Hawaii Might Be Better For Allergy Sufferers

In Southern California particularly when the Santa Ana winds are blowing by my hay fever becomes so bad that sometime I think that I have a cold. It is embarrassing to constantly be having to wipe and rub your itchy running nose in front of people that you are conversing with. One day during the heavy winds I decided to travel to the Redwood forest in Northern California where I found that my allergic reaction was as bad or worse from the tree pollen. However, when I travel to Hawaii my allergies seem to go away and never return. I believe that this is due to the fact that there is more moisture in the air trapping the pollen particles on the the ground rather than in the air. The micro water droplets weigh down the pollen causes them to fall from the air where they seem to be suspended onto the ground. I have made many trips during different seasons of the year to Hawaii, and I have discovered that my allergies were not present. Hawaiian airlines is offering lower than usual round trip fairs to Hawaii. discounted airfare to Hawaii $199 round trip to Hawaii. Click on the following link to book cheap-airfare for travel now. Hawaiian Airlines

Sometimes it is cheaper for your vacations to book your own airlines, hotel rooms, and rental cars. On many occasions I have found it to be cheaper than Expedia.com, priceline.com, booking.com, and even Trivogo.com. This may also be cheaper than booking with many travel agents.

By landscape photographer RJ Styles

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For me the Santa Ana winds are the worst time of the allergy season.

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