Archive for April, 2010

Our guests are mainland bound.

April 4, 2010

Peace and tranquility return to Kauai

And all is quiet here in Kauai.

The joyful faces as they experience the wonders of Kauai.

We had fun.   Lot’s of sea and sand.  Joyful squeals from the teens at each new adventure.

Josh takes on Kauai.

Megan calls Kauai her own.

We all had the greatest adventure.  On their first few days here Chris and I showed our guests the Kauai highlights.  Then they used our car the cruise the island for family adventures on their own, while we played golf, all were happy.  We sampled Hawaiian delights like shave ice at Jo-Jo’s.

yummy

Our favorite #2 tropical rainbow shave ice with macadamia nut ice cream, simply the best.

The swinging bridge in Waimea.

They liked the swinging bridge and enjoyed the view, but the all time favorite was swinging on the rope at Kipu falls.

Megan flies through the air, with the greatest of ease.

We made new friends and got close to nature.

Monk seal rests after a long swim.

Megan makes friends with the locals.

We met a really nice man and his daughter that were so nice and allowed Megan to join them for a horse romp on the beach.

Riders on the sand, Megan and friends.

Post card moments in Kauai.

Riding at the edge of the surf in Kekaha.

Riding in style.

Ready to snorkel.

Snorkeling with the "Birds in Paradise" overhead.

There is always time to rest and relax with a good book.

Sunset at Waimea pier.

All of the activities on this entry were absolutely free except for the cost of the shave ice, which was a delicious bargain at $4.50 with macadamia ice cream or $3.00 without.  We splurged for the ice cream and it was worth it.

Another lovely sunset at Salt Pond Park.