Honu'Ea International Hostel Kauai
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- Non-smoking hotel
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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. …
... found the secret waterfalls...no wonder it was secret!!! fantastic views but really hard going...we had to wear wet shoes and they and us got soooo muddy! We started at 10:30 and got to waterfalls at 1:30 and were beat! Extremely dangerous walking in the mud and a big uphill at the end! I nearly lost Fred! But the waterfalls view was perfect! I had a swim in the pool which was freezing but refreshing! ...
... we met some local surfers who were discussing the surfing competition currently at Bells Beach Torquay. They kept referring to Torquay at 'Tokay'. Once they heard our Aussie accents we were family. Food delicious with great friendly service and locals wanting a chat. Five stars for quality, atmosphere and value. We commence the next stage of our stay with great ...
... was disappointing was the entertainment. Although, again, the setting was gorgeous. The stage was in the middle of a pond, with a volcano/waterfall in the background. So very theatrical. And they did have the standard cool native dances (Tahitian, Filipino, Samoan, and a fire dancer). But there were too many slow, boring hula dances in between the cool stuff.
By the time we got back from the Luau it was almost 10 pm, so we didn't stay up too much ...
... t have money for a taxi. He took pity on us but we had to spend the entire journey with it across our laps. Upon getting back to our room and comparing the size of the new case to my old one, we realised that we'd bought it too big so when Cherie came later she said that she'd take us back next day to swop it for the smaller one. So, together with Cherie and the children we went back to the mall next day and swopped it for a smaller red one before going to Keymart. It was an ...