Kauai Days 4, 5, and 6
After a couple days filled with activity, we took a bit of a break and did a lot of relaxing on our 5th and 6th days here on Kaua’i. On day 4 we hiked the Kalalau Trail and when we got back we were just so exhausted that we decided to have dinner nearby in Princeville. Luckily for us, we found Federico’s right in the Princeville Shopping Center and had some delicious fish tacos for dinner! This wouldn’t be the last time we visit Federico’s!
On day 5 Mike and my brother went at played a round of golf at the Makai Golf Course just down the road from our hotel. Neither of them are very avid golfers so they were a little nervous going out-but they both played great! The loved the clubs they rented so much that I’m pretty sure they’ll both be making a purchase from Callaway pretty soon…
While the boys were golfing my mom and I went for a short walk around Princeville (short because the blisters from the hike were killing me!) and then headed to Kilauea and the Historic Kong Lung Market Center for some lunch and shopping. We revisited the Kilauea Bakery & Pau Hana Pizza and this time got to try the pizza-it was delicious! They have tons of cute little shops back here, perfect for shopping for yourself or looking for gifts for others.
That night my mom and I went out to dinner at Bar Acuda with a group of people from her company-unfortunately I didn’t take any pictures of our food, but the meal was AMAZING!
Mike and my brother continued their “bro day” together and went to a luau at Tahiti Nui. For those of you that have seen The Descendants, this is the crappy bar they go into when they’re in Kauai-since the movie came out, business has been pretty good.
The next day consisted of more relaxing by the pool and more eating at the The St. Regis Princeville Resort! We woke up to another beautiful view from our window…I will definitely miss waking up to this every morning!
We visited Federico’s again, this time for breakfast, then parked ourselves at the pool for the rest of the afternoon.
That night my mom and brother went off to her awards ceremony and Mike and I enjoyed a night in Hanalei at the Hanalei Dolphin for some amazing sushi! We sat outside, took in the gorgeous surroundings, enjoyed a bottle of Pinot Grigio, and tried to savor our last days here in paradise.
Our last full day on the island is approaching far too quickly. I’ll be soaking in every last bit of this island that I can until the wheels of our plane leave the runway. Vacation always goes by way to fast!