Bali Hai Villas
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It was an early morning on Saturday, August 10, 2013 when Zack and I set out on our Hawaiian vacation. Our flight left out at 6:00 a.m. that morning, meaning we had to be up at 3:30 to leave the house by 4:00. It wouldn't have been so bad if we had stuck to our plan to go to bed at 8:30 the night before, but instead we stayed up until 11:30, …
Kauai is an island full of natural wonders; definitely on the "wild" side if you compare it with Oahu. However, it's approved to be a big mistake going there during Spring Break unless money is no issue for you. Expect to pay top dollars left and right.
The only down side about the island is way too many chickens. If you should wake up …
... is prone to do lately so we are going to try to do a bit of the Kalalau Trail.
This is a popular track 11 miles long down the Napali Coast. We are not doing the whole 11 miles of course just 2 miles down to the next beach where the Kalalau river joins the sea and 2 miles back. At the bottom you ...
... area is called the Napali Coast and it is so steep and eroded not even the good old RMS could build a road over it. You will understand if you google Napali Coast.
We hope to helicopter over it this week if the weather clears up.
Upon arriving at the trail head we found the track was closed due to the rough surf and talk about ...
The start was steep going, had to be careful as the mud was slippery, the bush was so green, again a lot of huffing and puffing with the sweat pouring off us but it was worth it, the view was great.
We only saw 9 other people and 2 dogs as silly as us. At the top a lady and her ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBali Hai Villas Princeville
Some friends of ours gave us a week at the Bali Hai Villas, where they own a time share, as a gift for our fifth anniversary. The villa was inviting, the beds comfy, and the kitchen spacious. We enjoyed coffee on our porch every morning looking out at the mountains. Our only complaint was the lack of air movement at certain points during the day. We knew going in that the villas were not air conditioned, but we assumed they would have more fans or window units. It was fine during the cool evening hours, but during the day the villa got pretty warm. Otherwise, the staff was incredibly helpful, the pool was perfect, and the location could not have been better for getting to the beautiful north shore beaches and the trail head for the Napali Coast hike.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.