Ha’ena Beach, Kauai, Hawaii (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Even if you’ve visited Kauai before, there are still quirky things to discover that the guidebooks won’t tell you. Guidebooks focus on things like sightseeing, excursions, and where to eat out. But there’s a lot more to know about Kauai.
We put together this list after living here for almost a year. A younger friend of ours, whom we met in Phoenix when she and we were moving out here – yes! on the same day!, contributed, too. It turned out to be a bunch of random things about Kauai that make Paradise personal: amusing, annoying, mysterious, memorable. Here goes (click here if you’re in a reader):
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