Pahio at Ka'eo Kai

3970 Wyllie Rd, Princeville, Kauai, Hawaii, 96722, United States | Resort
 

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Why? Because the chickens own this island!

A travel blog entry by sanjon

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Why did the chicken cross the road? Because they own this island! Aloha! We are here on the northshore of Kauai and it is ridiculously beautiful. The sky is blue, the temperature is perfect for T-shirt and shorts, the greenery is lush and the chickens are abundant. I guess I better explain about the feral chickens: There are a lot of chickens …

Why did the chicken cross the world?

A travel blog entry by sanjon

Why did the chicken cross the world? To avoid the security checks... That was the longest day of travel that we've ever done. Up before dawn in Toronto, 3 flights (and 3 increasingly intrusive security checks) later, we arrived near midnight in Kauai (5am EST), and then drove 3/4 of the way around the island. Very dark of course, and no street …

Beachcation Kauai 2014 Trip Report

A travel blog entry by murkypig

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... etc. prior to buying anything you can't later use. This is where Meg and I have become fans of condo rentals through VRBO.com or FlipKey on TripAdvisor. Our condo had a complete kitchen, everything imaginable for five adults was covered.

Hanalei is our favorite town on Kauai, without hesitation. Get here early for public parking, but stay all day for Hanalei Bay and Hanalei Pier. Local galleries, the usual tourist souvenir shops, professional surf shops, ...

Westside Sunset

A travel blog entry by david.pierce

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... Ni'ihau, the forbidden island. I've been intrigued by this island ever since I first learned about it. It is one of the major islands in Hawaii, but it is much more wild then most of the other majors. There is a permanent population of around 200, but foreigners are forbidden to step foot on the island unless given permission. The natives have managed to keep outside interference to a minimum. I instantly wanted to go, and I soon would!
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Feet back on the ground

A travel blog entry by suerussdrury

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... another 4 miles, which is a return trip to a waterfall we decided not to day.
As usual on Kauai there was a good deal of "up" which of course turns into "down" on the way back which is bad news for old worn out knees. It was not long before we were both huffing and puffing and sweaty in the humidity. We arrived at Kalalau Beach at about 1:00 and had a banana and muesli bar for lunch to prepare ...

Location

This resort, located on 3970 Wyllie Rd, Princeville, is near Anini Beach, Hanalei Valley Lookout, Makai Golf Course, and NaPali Kayak.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good