Kauai Beach Inn - Poipu Bed and Breakfast
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... sunshine are in the high 70s. Better than hot and humid. It should be a nice, low-key week of doing mostly nothing but reading on the lawn of the Kiahuna Plantation. Also planning a dive in Koloa Harbor to visit the resident Green Sea Turtles ...
... tilting, she is still afloat,
Her hull – full of memories, dreams, failures and hopes.
A dark specter Captain has taken the wheel,
His mission with Satan – none can appeal.
Plunge her into the ocean, deep and cold,
Forever to silence Mokihana of old.
Neptune alerted, his forces in might –
Lifted the hulk from its watery site,
Rehab – Too Late –That is for sure –
... mainland, pretty healthy, with lots of fresh fish, including the wonderful Ahi Poke, which is raw tuna with lime, herbs etc. At one point, a fellow guest offered to take our photo with the iPhone and managed to successfully take a great shot of his own legs! He asked us where we were from, as seems to be a common question over here:; turns out he is a doctor from Detroit. What's more, turns out he went to school with a certain Diana Ross! Needless to ...
... the ridge down into the ravine through which the water falls can be seen the vertical dikes of basalt that cut through the horizontal Koloa lava flows. The name "ʻŌpaekaʻa" means rolling shrimp, "ʻopae" being Hawaiian for "shrimp," and "kaʻa" for "rolling". The name dates back to days when the native freshwater shrimp Atyoida bisulcata were plentiful in the stream and were seen rolling and tumbling down ...
... something on the beach. It turned out to be a Hawaiian Monk Seal. "The Hawaiian monk seal (Monachus schauinslandi) is one of the most endangered marine mammals in the world and their population is declining. Monk seals are endemic to Hawaii, meaning they are native and are not found anywhere else in the world. They are Hawaii's official state mammal." At first ...