Dilly Dally House (LoLo Hale)

Address: 6395 Waipouli Road, Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii, 96746, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Kapaa

Today in Kaui

A travel blog entry by garyandcathymck on Aug 21, 2014

23 photos

We are just coming into port and having coffee, fruit and muffin on our balcony as we watch the port and town come near. Beautiful morning with sunshine and lots of clouds. This island has the wetest spot on earth with 488 inches a year. Seattle can't compete with that. Of course its 85 degrees too! I will post video of ...

Honolu, Kona, and Kauai

A travel blog entry by kgonnam on May 06, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... who had lived in the islands for 30 years and gave us a lot of information throughout the trip about Polynesian history, Capt. Cook’s arrival, rise and fall of pineapple and sugar industries, and the current success of Kona coffee. We made one stop at a souvenir type store and then out through the area where they filmed some of Jurassic Park and the Thornbirds. The canyon was spectacular, much like our ...

The end of Mokihana

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Apr 01, 2014

21 photos

... Some sun and lots of clouds. Eventually we headed west. First stop was to visit BeBe in Hanapepe and talk about renting her place at Kalaheo next year. Then a stop at a consignment shop in Waimea to visit another friend and give her a dress I had purchased there a few years ago so she can sell it again. Down the street to the Shrimp Station for some coconut shrimp. Next a stop at a beach for Phil to have a short swim and on to PoliHale and the end of ...

A Little Relaxation Day

A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Mar 15, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... YES! Now I need to stay here a few more days to use up all the **** I brought! Haha.

Today was a very windy day - gale warnings, in fact…..I was especially careful when walking underneath coconut trees. They are the most dangerous tree. Speaking of statistics - Coconuts trees kill more people than sharks! Go figure!!

After I refreshed my mind as to what I ...

North Shore

A travel blog entry by moorsey88 on Mar 12, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... of Kauai, stopping at many lookout points and beaches along the way. The first stop was the Kilauea Lighthouse which opened at 10 a.m. and cost $5 admission as this is a State Park. Lots of birds flying around the cliffs and one type which frequents this area is the Red-footed Boobies. I could even see whales out on the ocean, but they are not very cooperative with posing for pictures.

Anini Beach Park was the next stop. There were many ...