The Villas At Poipu Kai
Travel Blogs from Poipu
... our return we made our way down to the pool area where the resort management had put on a morning tea for all guests. We had some coffee and really nice pastries and a quick chat to one of the staff members, Pauline, who gave us directions to Wailua Falls http://www.kauai.com/attractions/wailua -falls which we were pretty keen to check out. Lily was tired and not keen to make the journey but Hannah joined us for the half ...
... this beach, so hopefully we'll get to see them tomorrow too. Nate and I kept walking along the road where the apartments gave way to huge, beautiful homes with what appear to be private beaches. It was a really nice walk, and there were a few small raindrops that kept it cool...or so I thought. A few minutes later I noticed the sky seemed dark so I turned around. To sum up the walk back, when we got to the apartment, I said to Eric, 'I present you with one drenched mom and ...
... sweet and floral
and the sound of the surf is music to my ears. I've got all 5 senses
working in tandem.
Last night I was a bit disoriented and
wondering what the hell awaits me - I think it's only natural -as it's
that settling in 24 hour period. But when I open the drapes and look
out at where I've arrived....I am reassured that I did alright in my
search, selection and careful planning. Same ...
... went to the gym this morning" types of food. It was an ice cream pie, with oreo crust and hot fudge topping. Yes, we shouldn't have, but we did, and enjoyed every bite.
Baby Beach Cottage update: 2.3 million. Hmmm...gotta win that lotto.
Returning the car, flight to HNL and hanging in the United Club were all non-events. Now, we are sitting back, relaxing and hoping to enjoy the fight. Except, Ken's video ...
... got our luggage, picked up our car (cute red convertible!) and found our way to the the Grand Hyatt Kauai.
After checking in we hit the hotel beach cafe as we were both starving. We had breakfast 3x on the way over, so we were overdue for something more substantial. In addition to being hungry, we were both a bit dazed, as it was only 3p local, but 8pm in Houston. After food, NAP time. ...