The Palmwood

Address: 6867 Koolau Road, Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii, 96754, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 6867 Koolau Road, Kilauea, is near Sleeping Giant Trail, Limahuli Gardens, Limahuli Garden and Preserve, and Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Kilauea

    Day 36 to 39 - USA Kauai, Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by whereisstevek on Apr 28, 2015

    235 photos

    ... of the falls, which looked even more beautiful up-close-and-personal. I could have stayed much longer, but it time for the remainder of our tour. So after around 10-15 minutes at the base of the falls, it was time to head back to the helicopter. As we weren't stopping again, it was at this point that we were able to remove the shoe socks. On taking off the pilot circled the falls several times so everyone could get a good view and take plenty of photos, and in my case video :) I ...

    Girls day out

    A travel blog entry by ucf74 on Dec 08, 2014

    14 photos

    Today had a lazy start, lounging around the apartment. Marla took pictures and completely captured the essence of the Kauai island's ubiquitous avian residents. We decided to take a hike to the waterfall up the road that we had heard about. The hike was mostly pavement but all steadily uphill until we reached the power line trail. Then the hike turned MUDDY! After passing an abandoned van and hearing weird whistles and calls from the trailhead, we ...

    Normal service resumed

    A travel blog entry by crazyann8 on Aug 10, 2014

    15 photos

    ... pup called Sage, who instantly made friends before trying to chew through my fingers and then my sandals. Keely said she used to live in London but fell in love with the islands and moved to Haena 20 years ago. She'd moved to the hotel for a few days to shelter from the hurricane but was going home tomorrow. Her house was still ok, thank goodness.

    I'll sign off for today. Going to pick the midges out of my hair before downing a glass of Kinky vodka and hitting the sack. Night night.
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    The end of Mokihana

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Apr 01, 2014

    21 photos

    ... This is a dirt road and a wild and raw part of the island. Finally home where it was windy and cold. After showering we were off to the Lemongrass for dinner. Usually a good meal and good experience but tonight were overrun with wait persons-every couple of minutes and they grabbed our plates away before we had laid our forks down! Not the pleasurable time we have had there in the past. Forecast is for same wet and windy for the rest of our time ...

    North Shore Bombs!

    A travel blog entry by david.pierce on Jan 23, 2014

    18 photos

    ... Donkeys where there were some bombs coming through there too. I walked to the north end of the beach and ended up walking right up on a Hawaiian Monk Seal that was laying on the beach. The thing actually looked like it was sick or something, but I later learned that seals regularly come up on the beach to rest up-but they don't move very well on land so they appear to flop and flounder around when they do. However, as the pictures below show, ...