Alihi Lani Poipu Beach Oceanfront Condominiums
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... plants and flowers that they are working to protect, that can be toured by guests.
The visitors center is in a tropical plantation-style building which houses the gift shop and the ticket office. I had heard from our hostess at the cottage that tickets sell out often and reservations are strongly recommended for the tour, but due to the early hour of the day and the fact that it was a Monday, there were only a few other groups of people ...
... landscape. The first official lookout is called the Waimea Canyon Lookout and is just over 10 miles in. The vistas from this lookout are over 180 degrees and are spectacular. You can feel the breadth and depth of the canyon and the boundless texture of the hills and peaks below. It was a clear day and the afternoon sunlight cast the far, eastern end of the canyon in rich coppery tones. The lookout is popular with the tour bus crowd, so although we only saw ...
... down to jump in the water. Although the currents can be strong and should be respected when swimming, Ke'e is a perfect place for snorkeling, as it is in a protected lagoon and there is a coral reef just offshore that provides for calm waters and beautiful views of the reef itself and the fish swimming around it. My first memory of putting on swimming goggles and peering into the water to see the colorful fish swimming around my ankles was at Ke'e Beach when ...
... from the "Forbidden Island" of Niihau. Niihau is an island across the channel from Kauai. After a short nap, the monk seal headed out to sea and all the people doing the tracking packed up their stuff and left. The resort was back to normal after all the excitement. Sheila and I headed back to the swimming pool.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... when we drive by, and we are mystified by their business model whereby they price their rounds at twice that of their nearest competitors who frankly have better courses and far greater play. One has to wonder why they apparently think it's better to charge more and be underutilized rather than charge less and stay busy. We also noted that the course is scheduled to get less desirable in the future in that on two consecutive holes new houses with ...