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Travel Blogs from Kalaheo
We woke up to a very rainy morning so we decked to spent the day on the road to Waimea canyon, 2-3 hours drive from Princeville each way. We were tossed on whether it was worth it yo do the drive but since it's a ****** day, why not. It turned out to be quite a nice day. We drove all the way over and spent about an hour stopping at each of the lookout points. The Kalalau an Pule lookouts were all foggy so we couldn't see the Napoli coast, oh well! The canyon itself ...
... shuttles to the St. Regis hotel to use their beach. There is a golf course right by building six which looks out yo the ocean, stunning course. On route to the town of Poipu to attend a luau at the Sharaton (Aulii Luau). We went a couple of hours ahead so we can check out other sites along the way. We stopped at The Fish Express for a quick snack. We ordered a fish taco and a roll and it was just alright, nothing special. It seems that they specialize in ahi poke but I ...
... The Kalalau Trail, that all the travel books/websites have said is a must do for the 'adventurer' type of traveler. It begins at the end of the road on the northwest side of the island. The roads here end on both the northwest and southwest shores as they near the heart of the west coast known as The Na Pali Coast because the terrain is too mountainous and rough for a road to have ever been built through but of course this area has been explored by foot over the years ...
25 years ago today, we become one forever. Both of us had been through a bad marriage before but we both also knew this time it was different. And how different! Not only has the love and happiness grown from that day but so have we become more whole as individuals. We can only hope for 25 more! And what a better way to celebrate than several days in this idyllic paradise known as Hawai'i. And in particular, the Garden Isle of Kaua'i. ...
... tablet as I thought Id be fine... I was wrong! We all got in the water and it seemed to subside the sickness feeling slightly and we saw lots of fish and turtles. I touched one and the instructor told me I could get a $10,000 fine as they are endangered. She killed the mood as I felt very proud and excited about that, I can still say I touched one though! When we all had to get back on the boat to go to the next stop, that is when a lot of us started feeling really bad. ...
Other places to stay in Kalaheo
4896 Z Kua Rd., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $75
3726 Nanakai Place, Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $75
3957 Ulualii St., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $75
3829 Waha Rd., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $110
- Wonderful B&B (disregard any comments prior to Sept 2004, The New Owners Are The Best Hosts You Can Wish For)
- Paradise on the Garden Island
- Everything in Perfect Order Now