TripAdvisor Reviews Pure Kauai Princeville
Travel Blogs from Princeville
... the Ahi Carpaccio and we shared a Kalua Pork and Pineapple pizza. WOW! Both were very good and didn't stand much of a chance. While we were eating a couple from Minneapolis sat down next to us and we talked to them for a bit. They had 3 small kids with them including twin boy and girl. These kids were loving the Hawaiian music and Mike played some songs for them. We started falling asleep at the bar so we headed home for the night. Tomorrow we have a driving tour of Kauai ...
... and acai dessert. From there, we saw the lighthouse, then went shopping at a cool old company town. Displays described the sugar industry and the different labor markets. From there, we drove to Kapaa and walked along the rails-to-trails line, to the place where they used to dump the pineapple leavings. It was windy but pleasant. A tiny bit of rain. Then to dinner, which was delicious. Finally, a brief walk near the beach, then ...
... we learned is that monk seals travel alone, unlike other seals that travel in pods. We also learned how to identify a monk seal from other seals. The monk seal hangs out more in the water than other seals. We also learned how to tell a boy from a girl monk seal. That is how I can confidently call this monk seal a "he". Finally, we learned this seal had come ...
... Street Journal (which we never read but suddenly are finding full of interesting stories).
One activity we both greatly enjoy is golf, so we booked a short-game clinic (putting and chipping) followed by 18 holes at the Makai golf course here in Princeville. Makai is the only US golf course to make National Geographic's list of the five most scenic in the world. And we found out why. Amazing vistas and difficult shots onto greens hugging ...
... so I headed out to the hammock to let the girls do their thing. After everyone was ready, Livvy and sister eve in their dresses, eve turns to Liv can you do my hair now? Baring in mind the ceremony is in 20 minutes, Livvy agrees to the frustration and works her magic.
All the family poised in the garden, the sun shining high and the sky as blue as the water beside the shore we stand on. The suspense is on everyone’s shoulders to see the bride in her white dress in ...
Other places to stay in Princeville
4970 Pepelani Loop, Princeville | 3 star villafrom $199
5454 Ka Haku Road, Princeville | Villafrom $219
5300 Ka Haku Road, Princeville | Villafrom $171
- Highly recommended
- One of the best condo's in Kauai
- Beautiful views and decor
3700 Kamehameha Road, Princeville | Villafrom $107
- Nice ocean view - crappy place
- Great views, great deal
- Good location, good price, needs some work.