Waikomo Stream Villas
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... is down a deeply rutted gravel road. On the way back we stopped at Sand Kawai'ele Sand Mine Bird Sanctuary where we saw Black-necked stilts, moorhens, and new one for our list the Black-crowned Night Heron. When we got back it was after 4:00 but she still wasn't finished cleaning. So we went and parked by the beach and Larry, Derek, and Erin got out and went to the beach. I stayed in the shade in the car. We went back to the cottage but ...
... in time sat down to watch the light show. The sun teased us for a while beore finally poking its head out from under the clouds and sinking into the horizon like the proverbial big yellow egg yolk.
Afterwards we drove to the Kukuui'ula Shopping Village http://kukuiula.com/community/the-shops -at-kukuiula/ Katrina was keen to check out the Living Foods Market and Cafe and we also wanted to get some ...
... it! - nachos! Carne asada nachos, to be clear. Yum! Nate loved it because it had ceiling fans and a mirror, so all was good. (Also, he now sits in a high chair which is very exciting!) Speaking of the high chair, I would be remiss if I didn't mention a very exciting event for Nate on our trip from the north shore to the south shore. We needed to get some diapers and other small stuff, so we stopped by Wal-Mart in Lihue, the biggest town on the island. We put Nate in the seat in the ...
Aloha from Kauai:
How are you all? Just wanted to start my first entry to let you know that I arrived
last night in Kauai safely. Picked up my car around 10:00PM- got an
upgrade to a Convertible Mustang (they had nothing smaller). It's a bit
of a big car for me so let's see if I get used to it. ;0) Had a bit
of trouble in the dark finding my street but stopped at a gas station
and they offered help right away. ...
... ferns were sharp and scratchy, but someone had recently cleared the way.
It was mid morning and the sky was blue with scattered clouds. Looking into Kalalau Valley, the colors were again unreal. I am beginning to think much of Kauai is just a painted backdrop. Colors aren't this naturally bright where I come from.
Nearing the last hikable point on the ridge, there is a "saddle". It is about 18 inches of flat land with a steep slope on either side. This was ...