For those interested in Geocaching, there are some on Kauai. Geocaching is when someone hides a little container and gives clues on Geocaching websites as to where it is hidden. You can use a GPS but we used our IPads. If your familiar with Kauai you may be able to see where this one is from the photo. Happy Geocaching.
We were able to book Lu'au Kalamaku
Through the Pono Kai. They have tables reserved right by the stage so you can get some great photos. It's all you can eat and all you can drink until the show starts. This is a really good show and the food was really good too. If your going to try the poi dip your pork in it. That's about the only way I can eat it.:)
Chicken in a barrel is a few blocks away from the Pono Kai. It's right on the hwy and as you can see they have a few tables out front if you want to stay and eat. We took ours back to the Pono Kai and ate on the lanai. We had the sample platter and it had a little of everything to try. It was kind of funny watching the wild chickens running around the barrels as they cooked chicken.
This is a photo of driving along Kuhio highway. Kauai is rural and this is the road that goes around most of the island. Because of the Napali coast the road does not go all the way around the island. It stops and you turn around and go back. Speeds range 25 to 55 on the highway.
On the north side of the island there are several one lane bridges that you have to go over. Driving on Kauai is fairly easy as long as you're used to driving on rural highways like this. It does get very dark driving at night. Especially if your used to driving under city lights.
Jeff & Kim Silvers