We didn’t spend much time in our room (at Bali Hai a timeshare place), but here it is. I believe it is a Wyndam property now. It was quite nice with a zero entry into the pool and hot tub. Our room was a two bedroom, two bath. The master bedroom had a jacuzzi tub.
I don’t think you can see all the roosters that our outside, but they were everywhere! Apparently Kauai has a rooster problem.
There is a lighthouse on the north east side of Kauai. It took three times to see it, but it was finally open the third time we went by. We watched for whales here, since this is suppose to be a good spot to see them. We never saw any here.
I can not remember the name of this beach but it is on the west side just south and the Navel base. That’s right I said Navel base! There is a base, Barking Sands Navel base, on the west side of Kauai. Barking Sands has two bedroom cabins that military people can stay in for about $70 a night. You could throw a rock and hit the ocean it was so close to it. It is very warm on this side of the island and was Noah’s first chance to boogie board. it’s now one of his new favorite things to do! Jonah also enjoyed playing on the boards!