“Knee Deep” – Zac Brown Band – Theme Song for Honu Point

“Knee Deep” – Zac Brown Band – Theme Song for Honu Point

Every Tuesday night my girlfriends and I head into Lihue to go dancing (Tom is not a fan so he stays home). For years Rob’s Good Times Grill (think “Cheers”) on Rice Street has allowed our dance group to play our music from 7:30 to 10:00. We have fun dancing Swing, Cha Cha, Niteclub 2-Step,…

Update On Kauai Road Opening (North Shore) – September 5, 2019

Update On Kauai Road Opening (North Shore) – September 5, 2019

PLEASE NOTE: *Effective April 19th 2021, non-residents will need to purchase both entry and parking reservations. Entry reservations ($5.00/person) will be required for everyone in the vehicle. Parking reservations are $10.00/vehicle. New reservations open up every night at midnight (HT). You may reserve 30 days in advance. These tickets are very popular and the reservations…

New Parking Fees At State Parks – Kauai, Hawaii

New Parking Fees At State Parks – Kauai, Hawaii

Update 4-19-21: Visitors to Waimea Canyon State Park and Koke’e State Park will be required to purchase both entrance and parking permits. An entrance fee of $5.00 per person will be required, in addition to the already existing parking fee structure. No reservations are needed. Residents, with a Hawaii driver’s license, will not be charged….

Update On Kuhio Highway And Haena Park Openings – Kauai – Hawaii

Update On Kuhio Highway And Haena Park Openings – Kauai – Hawaii

The repercussions of the 2018 Kauai floods are still being felt on the north shore of Kauai. In April of last year torrential rains (50 inches in 24 hours) and landslides washed out roads around the island and the repairs have been extensive and slow coming. The most common question I get asked is, “When will the…

2018 Kauai Flood – Rains From Hanalei To Ke’e Cause Damage – Hawaii

2018 Kauai Flood – Rains From Hanalei To Ke’e Cause Damage – Hawaii

By now most of you have heard about the devastating storm that hit Kauai last weekend and will forever be called the 2018 Kauai Flood. The torrential rains caused major flooding; mostly targeting the area north of Princeville from Hanalei to Ke’e. It started on Saturday morning and by Saturday night the rain was coming…