Turtle Cove Suites

Address: 2678 Puuholo Road, Poipu, Kauai, Hawaii, United States | Villa
 
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Location

This villa, located in the Koloa area of Poipu, is near Seasport Divers, McBryde Garden, Anara Spa, and Brennecke's Beach.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Turtle Cove Suites Poipu

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Travel Blogs from Poipu

Breezy, beachy day of reading

A travel blog entry by oski on May 01, 2015

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... heat of the day more comfortable. As the day went on the wind died down and more people arrived, filling up the sand with sand-castle building children and parents trying to convince their little ones to come in from the water for a reapplication of sunscreen. We swam and laid out and read our books, taking comfort in the shady area of the sand as the day progressed and our impending sunburns made themselves known. I was reading a book in ...

Girls day out

A travel blog entry by ucf74 on Dec 08, 2014

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... Waikoko and Kahalahala Beaches. There was no swimming for us, but the views of the water crash onto the beach or onto rocks was gorgeous. We continued on to Ha'ena Beach where the Manini-holo Dry Cave is, then onto Waikanaloa Wet Cave. We were slightly tempted to take a walk up the Kalalau Trail, but it's really upsy and muddy. Not something you decide to do on a whim in sandals! We headed on back to the Princeville area and scoped out the shops ...

Rainy Day in Paradise

A travel blog entry by crazyann8 on Aug 09, 2014

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... alert. Sounds like I made the drive up here just in time. Will stay local today and drive up to the Princeville Centre and have a saunter about. Might go in to Hanalei but the bridge may be closed due to the flooding. Good excuse to go to the St Regis and book a massage!

OK, what did I just say about staying local? The bridge was open so I ventured into Hanalei. The river level was up and it was a deeper rust colour than usual. Kauai is famous for it's red dirt, ...

Easter Sunday Moving Day

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Apr 20, 2014

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... is down a deeply rutted gravel road. On the way back we stopped at Sand Kawai'ele Sand Mine Bird Sanctuary where we saw Black-necked stilts, moorhens, and new one for our list the Black-crowned Night Heron. When we got back it was after 4:00 but she still wasn't finished cleaning. So we went and parked by the beach and Larry, Derek, and Erin got out and went to the beach. I stayed in the shade in the car. We went back to the cottage but ...

The end of Mokihana

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Apr 01, 2014

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... tilting, she is still afloat,
Her hull – full of memories, dreams, failures and hopes.

A dark specter Captain has taken the wheel,
His mission with Satan – none can appeal.

Plunge her into the ocean, deep and cold,
Forever to silence Mokihana of old.

Neptune alerted, his forces in might –
Lifted the hulk from its watery site,

Rehab – Too Late –That is for sure –
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