Kauai Beach House
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Instead of checking out other Hawaiian Islands I decided to go back to Kauai since this was the most perfect place I've been so far. As well as this, I totally wanted to go on the famous Kalalau Trail along the Na'Pali Coast. I was looking for a hiking buddy since my new friends from the hostel didn't have time to join me. On the day I got back to …
..after saying bye bye to Selina I made my way to Hawaii. I first stayed two nights in Waikiki on Oahu just to get comfortable with the new environment. I met David from Switzerland again (I met him one night in Vancouver two months ago). The next day we joined a little tour to the Diamond Head right next door. Unfortunately, my camera ran out of …
The fruit here is a party in your mouth and begging for more, so tasty and fresh we will forever crave this Hawaiian fruit we have been so lucky to enjoy. I could live off the avocado picked straight from the trees, juicy pineapples and papaya cut into minutes after they have been picked, the cilantro, tomatoes and everything else I have collected from the local farmers markets here. Ryan has dropped me off some mornings at these markets, I always seem to stumble ...
... peeling skin. The Tefal look if subsiding but the swelling has now moved to the bridge of my nose. Just look like a different Sci Fi character now!
3pm and the drizzle stops so off I go for a power walk. I headed down to Pu'u Poa and then took the path on the right at the bottom of the black hole. Never been up the steps before. Whoever told me there are 500 steps, they were lying. There are 191. I counted. The power walk turned into a half power walk by ...
Early start to the day leaving our resort at six-thirty am heading to the southern tip of the island for a date with the giant sea turtles. Heavy rain made the driving difficulty. The maximum permitted speed is 50 mph on the island, but today traffic is averaging half that speed. Arrived at Poipu Beach by 7.45am. Met the other four members of our snorkelling group, Susan and Eric from Canada and Chris and Jitka from California. Jitka was an ...