The Villas At Poipu Kai
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Travel Blogs from Poipu
... on the road, so they must be smarter than the average chickens back home.
The tradewinds in the title are the winds that are ever-present on Kauai. They are a nice breeze that keeps the heat tolerable and allows everything to be open air. Today, they seemed to have taken a break as it seems not as windy, and a bit more hot.
Tonight we walked to a local restaurant, Casa di Amici which was recommended by the water ...
... We really had wanted to walk the Maha'ulepu Heritage trail and see the lithified cliffs but when we get to the end of the beach instead we find ourselves on the Makauwahi Cave trail. Not a bad place to find ourselves though so we do the trail and explore the area a bit. We probably could have explored further but we're starting to get tired and hungry and still have to walk back to the car so we head home. All in all it was a great morning adventure. We ...
... like a tourist" haha, we are all guilty sometimes. This man selling this stuff though must have been a millionaire...I mean he sold bag after bag steady for the hour we were there. You just need to find some place where there are tons of tourists and nothing for sale, then sell something there and you have it made.
Stopped for some off-roading photo ops on the way back down. At this point, getting hot and starting to feel ...
... Max and Nik and Barbara from Switzerland) decided to check out Waimea Canyon (which is supposed to be the Grand Canyon of Hawaii). After the touristy picture session we headed to Koke'e National Park where we took a hike down Pihea Trail. The view down the valley and Kalalau Beach was just amazing especially after walking on the mountain ridge. Sadly, I had to leave this awesome place and incredibly amazing people..thanks so much to everyone for the super awesome couple of ...
... Many races made their way to the island after the original Polynesian settlers, mostly for labor to work on the sugar cane and pineapple plantations. They intermarried and the residents today are a polyglot of races. The island off of Kauai, whose name escapes me, has zealously protected true Hawaiian people. It is owned by a very wealthy family that allows visitors only if they know one of the residents. The island has no electricity and maintains a primitive ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking