My favorite morning of our vacation was spent in Hanapepe, Kauai’s Biggest Little Town (it’s tiiinnyy) where I discovered an adorable called, “Little Fish”. Pro tip: try the Dragon-fruit lemonade–you won’t regret it! So delicious and refreshing. Ahhh. Wishing I was sipping on one right now…
How amazing does this Dragon-fruit lemonade look??
Don’t miss the chance to walk across the swinging bridge! One of my favorite things that I did on the whole trip. Probably because there was no one else around when we walked across it so it felt like a newly-discovered novelty for us. Definitely fun for kids too. 🙂
There was an art gallery on the other side…we didn’t go inside.
My husband as such a love for cats and can never resist stopping to pet them. He likes to watch Ava get excited when she spots one. 😉
The Talk Story bookstore claims the western-most independent bookstore of the U.S.! It’s fun to peruse. The prices though, unless otherwise marked, are very similar to Barnes and Noble.
I only wish we had been able to check out the Brown Bear Bakery, across the street for some yummy desserts, but it was closed the morning we were visiting.
Lemonade, swinging bridge, bookstore, kitten–a full morning for little Ava! 😉
Waiting for our flight! Had my bags packed with snacks and goodies for Ava. 😉
Always love drinking the complimentary “POG” on the interisland flights. ❤
Got our rental car and we’re ready to see some of the island on our way to our beach cottage! Oddly enough, it was a hunter green Kia that we unknowingly rented–except for the seats not be comfortable for long drives, it was fun to drive around the island in our little toaster car. 😉
Beachfront view? Not bad!
An exciting day with an early morning flight, a new island, and new house for Ava to explore… We enjoyed a few scenic lookout stops on our way to our rental and just relaxed for the rest of the day at the cottage and on the beach. MWR had free sand toys that they let us borrow for Ava–she loved that. 🙂
Part 2 of our Kaua’i vacay coming next…