Honu'Ea International Hostel Kauai
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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During the last few days of our island exploring the sky looked clear so we decided to do the last thing on our list, the Waimea Canyon lookouts. The road is a dead end but has various look out points along the way and with the glowing afternoon light we had timed it just perfectly.
The first stop was the main canyon lookout and it was WOW! Here we had a totally different perspective from ...
Our pilot was telling us about how this island was formed 400,000 years ago and lots of other information, but it was in one ear, out the other. We were just in awe of the incredible view before us.
What a shame this place is so far from home. You all need to see this place with your own eyes - just amazing!
It was great to see Ness enjoying the flight so ...
... little town of Koloa.
When we arrived I saw a couple of food trucks and had to try the garlic shrimp. We only needed one plate as we had all just eaten. Lachlan didn't care for them as he doesn't like seafood, lucky for us. Yum, they were so tender and big and only cost $14 for 6 with rice and salad....not bad.
We walked around the quiet little town and bought some ...
Up early today...not too hard as still jetlagged! We had a perfect day! Could not have been better! We had to drive to Port Allen where we boarded "Lucky Lady" - a five hour cruise from Kauai Sea Tours. had excellent staff who took care of your every need...helped balance you when needed, looked after the sea sick, waited hand and foot on us...and were very funny! Coffee was served immediately which we all needed as it was so early...soon to be followed by ...
... who is never wrong, says it is the wettest island in the world receiving 324 inches of rain a year. The lush green appearance supports that suggestion. We had to wait some time for our room, but when we were able to check in, we saw that the view of Kalapaki Beach and the surrounding mountains from our room is spectacular, and we then met up with Tom and Helen who are staying nearly and had drinks ...