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Kauai's Napali Coast: How to find the wilderness beyond the people-jam at the Kalalau Trail

The northwest coast of Kauai—which is itself the most northwesterly of the major Hawaiian Islands—is roadless and wild, where knuckle-sets of 2,000-foot-high cliff heads greet the pounding Pacific. 421 more words

Lehua & the Nāpali Coast

Yesterday we took a Holo Holo Cruise that first took us past the island of Ni’ihau and then anchored for snorkeling off Lehua, a small, crescent shaped island. 147 more words


Capturing the Spirit of Aloha from Hawaii in Photographs

Eighteen months of careful planning – over in ten short days.

I’m sure everyone says the same thing after a vacation: once you’re home, you almost feel like you never left. 270 more words


Kauai's Agro-Chemical Dark Side- A Reflection on “ĀINA, That Which Feeds Us”

My best friend Francia Yang, a beautiful half Chinese half Colombian world traveler who lives in Honolulu, Hawaii surprised me with a trip to Kauai for my 25th birthday last year. 876 more words

Travel Diaries: Kauai

The lush, amazing, beautiful Garden Island of Kauai was Part II of my recent Hawaii adventure. If you haven’t read Part I yet, go read it first! 636 more words


Hop, Skip, and a Jump to the Garden Isle

KAUAI!  Before Maui, I had never been to the Hawaiian Islands.  I was never super enthralled or fixated on coming here.  When I came to Maui, it was sort of a ‘okay sure that sounds great’ situation…and it ended up being AWESOME.   640 more words