Marriott's Kaua'i Beach Club
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How posh can a golf course be when it's covered in chickens I wonder as I jog from the hotel around Marriott's immaculate grounds meandering around their Jack Nicklaus designed golf course There are no golfers out today, but the chickens are there aplenty. It is our first trip to Kauai. With big waves, nice snorkeling, epic kayaking, and jaw …
OK, we made it to Kaua'i and we finally have wifi in our room so these updates will become more regular.
We made it to the airport with no problems. Even shared a cab with Randy and Andrea. Checked in and the airline bumped us up from a 3:00 to a 2:00 flight. 30 minutes later we landed in Kaua'i. WooHoo! We also landed with two of our checked …
... out), Erika and I got out and attempted to dry off to make the hike up a bit easier, but the spray from the falls didn't really allow it. After the boys got back, they needed an energy boost, so they drank some water and ate a granola bar and the four of us started our hike back up the hill.
Going was a bit more exhausting than coming and Zack and Josh were already physically depleted, so the hike back up took almost double the time it took to get down. As I ...
... a stream going over it. Still, it was a cool hike with great views.
Afterwards we thought we'd go cool off with some snorkeling at Ninini Beach. But, when we got there, it was way to rough. A great beach for body boarding but not snorkeling. So, we went back and just hung out at the pool for a bit before going to dinner at the Olympic Cafe in Kapa'a.
... straightened out, did some shopping, and hung out in the hot tub for a while.
Now we are turning in because our check-in time is 6:15AM tomorrow for what should be an awesome catamaran/snorkeling trip. Should be lots of great pictures. We'll keep you all up to ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility