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Sundown. The sun slips behind the mountains of Nawiliwili Bay As the darkness grows, torches are lit throughout the resort grounds And like moths drawn to the light, the bar flies start to drift down from their rooms for an evening libation. … Continue reading
Kauai has almost as many roosters and wild chickens as residents, maybe more. Most of the birds are believed to be descendants of former fighting cocks, and the chickens brought over by the early Polynesians, that were set free by … Continue reading
Morning with a cup of coffee on the lanai, where meditation and gratitude for the day are easily offered up with the beauty of nature embracing me. I watch the mist and fog that cover the mountains that surround Nawiliwili Bay, just beginning to pull back to let … Continue reading
Kauai is definitely a driving island, there’s no way around it if you’re going to get out and see the island at all. It is entirely possible though, to completely veg out and just stay put at your hotel or condo, … Continue reading
On a photo walking tour; didn’t seem too bad It doesn’t look that bad here. The hike continues Are they serious? Looking over before I drop down onto the beach. The warning signs were pretty spot on.
The “Princess”, a Koa canoe that belonged to Prince Kuhio, is thought to have been made between 1860 and 1890, and resides in the lobby of the Kauai Marriott Resort. The Princess was restored following Hurricane Iwa in 1982. The Resort has an incredible display … Continue reading
We had a very quiet New Year’s Eve celebration last year. It may be a little different this year. Maybe we’ll get all wild and crazy. I’ll get back to you on that. Maybe.
I took these photos on one of the beaches visited on Kauai. I think it was Lumahai Beach, but I could be wrong. We saw quite a few beaches during our week on the island.
Kalapaki Beach, Kauai, on Nawiliwili Bay and Harbor. I saw these three girls, and of the several shots I took of them, I love this one the best. Makes me think of mermaids that have shed their tails…but discussing jumping back into the … Continue reading
Hanalei Bay on the North Shore of Kauai. If you look into the background you can see a waterfall cascading down the mountain.