The Kauai Inn

Address: 2430 Hulemalu Rd, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii, 96766, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2430 Hulemalu Rd, Lihue, is near Blue Hawaiian Helicopters Kauai, Puakea Golf Course, Menehune Fish Pond, and Hanalima Bakery.
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      Travel Blogs from Lihue

      Island hopping

      A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Aug 29, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... chug my beer. Jeff returns glasses-less. I hand him his beer and he downs it. Wish we had a couple more! We sit at our gate for about 90 minutes waiting for a flight that will take far less time. We are on the jetway to board. Jeff looks at me and says "Where's my hat?" Seriously???
      He hurries back off the jetway to where we were sitting, eventually returning, hat in hand. It had fallen off the ...

      DAY 12 - TURTLES

      A travel blog entry by copple on Jul 23, 2014

      10 photos

      ... to us called Anini Beach. This was perfect for snorkeling. A few people were trying to wind surf & several families were at the beach enjoying the day. The water is very shallow for a long ways out into the ocean with a lot of reefs. Brian and I went snorkeling to see what we could see. We had 2 sea turtles swimming in the water with us. I took some pictures and a video of the two we swam with today! We also saw ...

      Nawiliwili ? Strange name for a lovely place

      A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 27, 2014

      2 comments, 39 photos

      ... the island and in recent years, their numbers have dwindled from 250 to about 130 or so. She said that the island is owned by non “full blood” Hawaiians and that the “full blood” Hawaiians have the right to live there. Apparently they live traditionally – no electricity, phones, vehicles, petrol etc etc. Lisa said their housing is a modern concession but other than that, other matters are traditional. She also told us that the children can go to ...

      All Good Things Must Come To An End!!

      A travel blog entry by sarah.n.ziegler on Apr 09, 2014

      1 comment, 57 photos

      ... for five days. She and I met up on her second day here. I didn't know her, she didn't know me, but we met up and drove up north to Ke'e beach. We got to know each other over the next 45 minute drive and continued to get to know each other as we started out on our hike of the Hanakapi'ai trail. We hiked up the two miles of slippery, strenuous trail to the Hanakapi'ai beach. We got to meet a couple great folks along the way and continued our way up another two miles to the ...

      The Ups and Downs of Traveling!

      A travel blog entry by sarah.n.ziegler on Mar 25, 2014

      2 comments, 52 photos

      ... it all in and watch some guys who were kitesurfing. It looked like a ton of fun...so I put it on my to-do-list :):) Made my way to the end of the 5 mile trail, the sun was starting to set so I didn't go in the ocean like I had intended to, so I made my way back to my car. But not before getting what I would have classified as a stage 2/3 wound on my inner thigh from the rubbing of the tape on my bike seat. Not the smartest idea to bike in your bathing suit with short ...