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All right, I know exactly what you’re thinking after the reading the headline above. I didn’t come to Hawaii to check out a swamp! Also … What would I find fun about an adventure in a swamp? As it turns out, quite a lot. The Alakai Swamp Trail is a true aloha hiking adventure full of eye.
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Aloha Adventure in the Alakai Swamp

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Yes, I know exactly what you are thinking. I didn’t come to Hawaii for any swamp! What could be fun about an adventure in the swamp? Although the name is really bad marketing, the Alakai Swamp Trail is a true aloha adventure on foot and full of eye candy. It has not one, but multiple.
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The farm to table movement of locally sourcing menus in the hospitality industry has been all the rage for years with Chefs like Alice Waters leading the charge. However, one thing has remained relatively untapped, the bar. Mosts bars are set up fairly similarly. The tap beer selection is most likely a combination of local.
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Sun Surf and Suds with the Kauai Beer Co

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When one travels to Kauai, you expect some of the best sun and surf the Pacific can offer. Whether your chosen Kauai adventure be basking on the bow of a catamaran sailing the Napali Coast or paddling out to catch waves with professional surfers in Hanalei, you’ll be ready for happy hour or pau hana.
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One of the most beautiful places on the island of Kauai, which I have called home for nearly two years, is Waimea Canyon. Nicknamed as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, it is spectacular with similar hues to its earth tones as the Grand Canyon, but it does stand out. The Grand Canyon doesn’t have.
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I moved to Kauai in late 2013. However, since relocation, my scuba gear remained in my adventure toy closet. That was until this Spring. I couldn’t pass up this adventure travel opportunity, but I needed to dust off the gear and my skills. After a brief refresher course with Seasport Divers in Poipu and gear.
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Cultural Travel to Kauai through Taro

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I say potato, you say patato. I say tomato, you say tamato. I say taro, whereas in Kauai, many will say kalo. Regardless of how you say it, on your travels to Kauai, you will no doubt come across taro in one of its numerous forms whether eating poi at a luau or awing at.
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April Fool’s or not, I got to fool around with dolphins! Now for those of you out there with dirty minds (myself included), I’m not bragging about my lipstick case, but rather bragging about an unforgettable sail along Kauai’s Napali Coast. Want to live vicariously through my journey? Why not? Come and follow me along the mystical.
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Pack your beach bag with sunscreen, good book, snacks, and full cooler! Adventure travel  lovers that adore the beach….I’ve found an incredible off the beaten beach for you. It’s a favorite of Island Girls and Guys that surf and bbq, but it can also we a great sunning beach or walking along its miles of.
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The first Saturday of the month, the Island of Kauai comes out of the woodwork to the Eastside’s Kapa’a Art Night. Down the main drag of Old Kapa’a Town, local artists, business owners, photographers, musicians, dancers, fire-twirlers, jewelry makers, sculptors, and food trucks convene for fun, food, art, music, and more from 5pm to 9pm.  With.
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