Honu'Ea International Hostel Kauai

Address: 6532 Lehua Street, Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii, 96746, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 6532 Lehua Street, Kapaa, is near Coconut Marketplace, Coconut Coasters Beach Bike Rentals, Snuba Tours of Kauai, and Kealia Beach.
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      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Sep 27, 2014

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      I was lucky enough to have the chance to come to Kauai for a 24 hour period. I know it wasn't long, but it was worth it. My last time coming to Hawaii was 7 years ago when I came here for christmas with my father and some other family members. We went to the big island and also had a layover in Honolulu when we saw Pearl Harbor and Waikiki Beach. …

      Hawaii - Kauai

      A travel blog entry by lchapman on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... prettier than the Grand Canyon....and not as big but almost...lots of helicopters flying into the canyon! Then we drove further to reach the top of that 4,000 foot mountain and look down on the Napali coast that we saw hours ago by boat...just as spectacular a scene! Home with Mustang roof down...how nice...home about 5 pm... Watched 6 days and 7 nights with Harrison Ford and saw shots from Kauai where it was filmed...especially the tunnel they ran ...

      Bucket List Day

      A travel blog entry by zolina on Apr 17, 2014

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      ... was completely calm. Of course, I was in the front, middle seat. Maybe if I'd been in one of the side seats, and been able to look straight down, I would have felt more of an adrenaline rush. Or maybe I was just too amazed by the views to feel anything but awe.

      Also surprising was how many canyons we flew into. I guess I was expecting to just fly over everything. But there were quite a few times when we flew directly in, and down through canyons. It ...

      Waterfalls and Beaches

      A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Apr 14, 2014

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      ... the street was another lookout with great views of the Wailua River. We followed the road until we came to the Keahua Arboretum. We crossed over a stream actually driving through the shallow water. Here the road was unpaved. We parked and got out to see the Rainbow Eucalyptus trees. When they shed their bark they leave bright green streaks that weather to different shades of red and orange. Other than those trees there wasn't much to see so ...

      The end of Mokihana

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Apr 01, 2014

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      ... Some sun and lots of clouds. Eventually we headed west. First stop was to visit BeBe in Hanapepe and talk about renting her place at Kalaheo next year. Then a stop at a consignment shop in Waimea to visit another friend and give her a dress I had purchased there a few years ago so she can sell it again. Down the street to the Shrimp Station for some coconut shrimp. Next a stop at a beach for Phil to have a short swim and on to PoliHale and the end of ...