Moana Kai Beach Houses
Photos of Moana Kai Beach Houses
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Moana Kai Beach Houses Kapaa
Travel Blogs from Kapaa
... cruise! There are roosters and chickens everywhere....morning you here the roosters crow and driving you must watch out for the chickens. We then got in the car and headed north to climb to Waimea Canyon....it was unbelievable....the soil is red and the trees bright green and it is a huge canyon with pretty waterfalls! Apparently they have the highest rainfall in the world here..in the canyon....but average to less than average on the coast. I think it ...
By the time everyone else got back and we headed back to the condo, it was almost 5 pm. And it took about an hour to get back. The first 10 miles was a narrow road, with several one lane bridges. The speed limit was 15 - 25 mph that whole stretch. So that took a while. But the rest of the road was much better.
We had dinner in the condo tonight - taco salad on the lanai. The rest of the night we just took showers and worked on blogs.
April 1st- Tuesday—Up at 5:15 and ready when the SuperShuttle arrived at 7:30. A 2 hour wait at the airport for plane to Kauai. A rough flight but arrived on time and quickly got our rental car, a Nissan Rogue SUV, though we had asked for a Jeep. Picked up Phil's stored bins and settled into our second floor room at Mokihana, the same room we had the first year. To the store for a few groceries and later to the Bull Shed for dinner. No ...
... we set off on foot to explore a green and rocky headland overlooking the sea near Anahola. This was a beautiful tranquil place where Cherie would often bring the children for a picnic. Then it was to a place to get a good view of King Kong Mountain for photos before driving north towards Hanalei stopping en route to see the Taro Fields.Taro is a root vegetable which is used and cooked in different ways all over the world. In Hawaii it is mainly used as the main ingredient in Poi, ...
... sexual revolution, drug use etc etc...!
So finally.... off to Hawaii! We "bumped" into our friends Mike, Amanda, Mia and Ella at Honolulu airport - now that was an excited reunion! Lots of squealing, hugging and chatting (and that was Amanda and I) - I pity the poor peeps sitting around us on our flight to Kauai!
Kauai is really, really beautiful - our resort is fabulous with an amazing pool (= happy girls), gorgeous walking track along ...