Aston At Poipu Kai
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We woke up by 8am and enjoyed a cup of local Kauaian coffee in the cottage before setting out in search of breakfast. We found brunch at Tortilla Republic, an open air Mexican restaurant in a shopping center in Poipu called The Shops at Kukui'ula, which Marion described as the Santana Row of Poipu. Marion had the Ahi Hash and I had the breakfast quesadilla. Both were very good, but the portions were too big for breakfast, so I wasn't able to ...
... to wait and see. She also said that there have been plenty of whale sightings out in front and green sea turtles feeding on the sea grass just below the unit. Already seen a turtle feeding but will have to wait for calmer waters to see if we can spot a whale.
Been shopping for some groceries and now just enjoying the sun setting.
... with who used to live in Hawaii and said the volleyball life in Hawaii is booming. More of a reason for me to go to Hawaii. Also, Hawaii offers the beautiful beaches, mountains, weather, and delicious, fresh fruits. When I get there I will walk the area, swim in the oceans, learn to surf, do outdoor activities visit the volcanoes, and play beach volleyball. I always wanted to climb a coconut and ...
Fly Like an Eagle
"Those guys are cute," I nudge Pinky. “Do you think they are the owners?”
“Let's find out,” she replies.
We flirt with the men behind the desk, and sign documents to rent a Jeep.
“Do you own this company?” I ask.
“Yes, we moved here two years ago, in 1978, from WA.”
“Where’s the best place on Kauai to ...
... finished the most difficult part of the trail when they caught up with me. We weren't far from the parking lot by then. They had gone upriver and saw a falls into a pond.
When we got back, we changed into our sandals and went to the lookout. It was then that we realized that there are two lookouts: the canyon lookout and Niihau Island and another little island. Niihau is not open to tourists because there are 200 Hawaiians living there who live ...