Garden Island Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
Photos of Garden Island Inn
TripAdvisor Reviews Garden Island Inn Lihue
Travel Blogs from Lihue
... half a mile away, neither of us knew how far that was, but off we set on foot, with no designated footpath & cars going the wrong way. Well what a waste of time, market started at twelve and here it was nearly one and they were packing up. Very small & very limited. Started walking back and came across taxi driver having a snooze who, after waking him up, would take us to an address where they sold sun ...
... on Travelpod, I will bring you some Kauai Kookies (the cookies are very good - I've already eaten two bags of them!). Need more of a clue? There is a photo of this fruit, sliced, in the photos below. Note: if you have already won a prize you can't win another, so Robin, you are ineligible.
We spent a long time at the farmer's market
Below is a photo of our flowers ($2!) and ...
... was a blow hole through the lava rock formations. There were toilets there as well as a little market place with everyone selling pretty much the same things however I spied some lovely shell necklaces and snapped up one of them … very attractive pattens and nice sizes.
The area around Poipu Beach has a beautiful golf course and some lovely houses - the newer ones on the beach front are $Millions !!
... Our destination is an extensive reef structure approximately one hundred metres off shore. The reef extends across the bay creating a natural wave barrier. The waves constantly break over the reef and the current is very strong. We are in the water less than ten minutes and we come across two turtles sheltering under a reef ledge. We swim further along the reef and three adult sea turtles swim across our path. The turtles are approx a metre in length ...
... salad bar and soup. Erin had Puhule Steak with mashed potatoes. Larry, Derek and I had one of the specials: marlin with teriyaki sauce with a side of rice or mashed potatoes. It was the best meal we have had on Kauai. We ate on the front porch and could partially see the sunset which wasn't as good as last night.
When we got back to the cottage we watched two more episodes of Doc Martin, blogged and went to bed.