Hotel Coral Reef
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... being our favourite. The sea along the East of the island is always totally wild, with huge crashing waves, but with Lydgate’s manmade lagoon it meant we could enjoy the water and view without being washed away!
Other than beached, Kauai offers some of the toughest and most scenic hikes in the world. The ‘Na Pali Coast Trail’ is a notoriously tricky and often dangerous trail is the ...
... heard there were a bunch of wild pigs on the island as well. Well we confirmed this on the way to Poipu.
We had a good time at the beach. The snorkeling was very good. Once we got done snorkeling, we headed to the Boss Frog and turned in the equipment. Once we got back to the condo we learned of a 65 year old tourist in Maui who had been killed by a shark as ...
... that right now so that kinda sucks because it's everywhere on this island. Also, it's only takeout, there's no eating area. I wouldn't go back unless I wanted to try ahi poke. We drove to see the Spouting Horn which was just alright, nothing special and ate our takeout. The takeout was disappointing. So the luau, it's set outdoor on the beach so that was really special for us because I have always wanted a beach luau. There wasn't a live pig ceremony but the food was so ...
... flavor, which made it too moist to light.
Three weeks later, my friend, Dancer, visited me. I told her about the brownies, and she asked if she could have the remaining stall batch. Dancer phoned in a couple of days, and told me that she brought the brownies to the beach with her friends. They each ate one brownie. Her friends passed out on the sand, and ended up with severe sunburns. Dancer sat on the beach relaxed ...
... a swinging bridge too. This one was near the main street. So we parked and walked across this one too. It was in much better repair than the one in Waimea. The old down town is kind of run down with many places in need of repair. But there is a kind of renaissance going on with a lot of art galleries and other stores featuring a lot of local arts and crafts. We went into the Aloha Spice store where I spied a children's book called "The Magic Ukelele" ...