Dilly Dally House (LoLo Hale)

Address: 6395 Waipouli Road, Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii, 96746, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 6395 Waipouli Road, Kapaa, is near Deep Sea Fishing Kauai, Steelgrass Farm Chocolate Farm Tour, Esprit De Corps Riding Academy, and Ho'opi'i Falls.
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Travel Blogs from Kapaa

Day 35 - USA On route LA to Kauai HI

A travel blog entry by whereisstevek on Apr 24, 2015

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... Tour instead. Sounded great to me. I would get to see some of the island along with some of its more memorable locations! A place for me on the tour was confirmed within the hour. How's that for service :) However, it was now time for my first adventure on Kauai. Well, perhaps more a relaxing ride; a river cruise up the Wailua River to the Fern Grotto, followed by a traditional Hawaiian Luau at Smith Family Garden, which Debbie ...


A travel blog entry by pruzka on Nov 27, 2014

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... the ship for a late lunch followed by reading and scrabble. Alastair and Madge did a bus tour of the locations were the Elvis movies, Jurassic Park and many other movies were shot on Kaua'i. As we set sail at 2 in the afternoon to head back to Honolulu we passed the Nali Pali coastline, miles of stunning cliffs formed from lava flow from volcanoes many many years ago. The appearance of a rainbow and the setting sun on the rock formation added to a spectacular ...

Normal service resumed

A travel blog entry by crazyann8 on Aug 10, 2014

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... heads. Will have to get a photo of one.

Decided to walk down to the beach to take some pics of the sunset. Never seen so many midges! Think I inhaled 200 on the walk down, and about another 300 stuck to my Elemis SOS face cream (for the red bits) and the Sun Bum after sun. Looked like I had a strange rash! I perched on a large lava rock which was still hot from the sun and waited for the sun to go down. Soon after, a lady joined me nearby. She was called Keely and had an ...

Up to the Mountain, Down to the Beach

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Apr 24, 2014

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... a swinging bridge too. This one was near the main street. So we parked and walked across this one too. It was in much better repair than the one in Waimea. The old down town is kind of run down with many places in need of repair. But there is a kind of renaissance going on with a lot of art galleries and other stores featuring a lot of local arts and crafts. We went into the Aloha Spice store where I spied a children's book called "The Magic Ukelele" ...

Jungle Valley Adventure

A travel blog entry by zolina on Apr 19, 2014

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... exciting. I didn't get nervous at all. But it was still fun, and the views from the zipline were great. The best part was the second zipline, where we left the platform by just falling backwards.

We next hiked down to our swimming hole, which was the quintessential pool of water below a waterfall. I've never done that before, so I guess I got to cross something else off my bucket list! It wasn't the biggest waterfall, probably only 12 feet high or so. But it was still ...