Hideaway Cove Poipu Beach
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
Photos of Hideaway Cove Poipu Beach
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hideaway Cove Poipu Beach
Travel Blogs from Poipu
... after 1pm. Security was quick, and we were at the gate and ready to board with plenty of time to spare. As we got into our seats I noticed that the same couple that sat in front of me on the flight there was sitting behind me on the flight back. We exchanged hellos and chatted about what we had seen and done in the past 5 days, lamenting that we didn't have more time. Although, given the limited time we had, Marion and I felt we had made the most of it. ...
... of the rest of the west coast of the island, we found the Kokee Road back to be unimpressive.
By the time we met back up with the main highway and headed east towards Poipu, it was after 5pm. As we passed back through Waimea signs for a "Russian Fort" caught our eye, so we turned off the road to check out what a Hawaiian Russian Fort looked like. The guidebook had a section that told the colorful story of the German physician who came to the ...
... and green in the afternoon sun and looked very inviting to take a dip in. You can hike down to the pool below and swim, but signs from the lookout discourage it. At the lookout there were a few people selling freshly weaved baskets and other trinkets to the tourists. It was late afternoon, with indirect sun and a warm breeze, lending the whole site a feeling of lazy island tranquility where you could stay there for hours watching the hypnotic flow of ...
... plates, fish sandwiches, several different types of poke, fried fish and fresh ahi for sale by the pound) to appear that I wasn't on a poke bowl mission, but I ended up ordering one, along with a ocean salad (similar to a wakame salad) to share. There is no seating at the market, so we went to a local park and sat in the shade at picnic tables and enjoyed our poke bowls. Poke is a raw fish salad, usually made with ahi tuna or shrimp ...
Started our first full day slowly, still recovering from the overnight flight from Anchorage. We awoke to the melodious rooster calls outside our 3rd floor lanai, not as loud as we remembered from our previous trip here, but noticeable nevertheless. We are confident that Alaskans would not put up with this feral chicken business very long. After a leisurely breakfast we started ...