Kauai Articles

10 Of The Best Beach Bars Around The World

by Sarah Rose. Posted Apr 5th 2011 01:30 PM
Best Beach Bars

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Compiling a list of the world's best beach bars is no easy task, yet here we are, again, proclaiming love for all that is right in the world. The mini umbrella. Sand in the toes. You know, the important things in life. At these 10 bars, sun and sand lovers will take shade under cliffs, meet surf legends, down sangrias and even enjoy some organic cocktails.

Have a favorite beach bar? Give it a shout out in the comments below.
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Hawaii with Kids: 13 Best Kid-Approved Family Activities

by Janna Graber. Posted Apr 4th 2011 03:30 PM

When it comes to planning your Hawaiian family vacation, it's hard to know where to begin. A day at the beach or submarine ride? Museum or tubing? We asked Hawaii travel expert Jeanette Foster, author of Frommer's Hawaii with Kids, to name her favorite family activities on the islands.

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Resorts in Hawaii

by Shawn Douglas. Posted Jan 21st 2011 10:36 AM
resorts in Hawaii

While catching waves and bumming around on the beach are favorite pasttimes for travelers to Hawaii, for others the lush tropical environment begs for relaxing in the lap of luxury. And thus exist numerous resorts in Hawaii for lovers of fine things.
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10 Helpful Tips to Planning Your Hawaii Vacation

by Shawn Douglas. Posted Nov 4th 2010 03:31 PM

If you're looking to travel to Hawaii, you probably know about the sunny beaches, pleasant weather, and great sites. But did you know that you can find snowy mountain peaks, multiple languages, and great feasts in Hawaii? Before you rush to pack your bags and change into your Hawaiian shirt, AOL Travel offers 10 Hawaii travel tips that may turn your Hawaiian vacation from good to excellent.
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Kauai Mythbusters

by Conner Gorry. Posted Oct 20th 2010 04:25 PM
Kauai Mythbusters

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Night marchers and forest-dwelling little people, volcanic goddesses, and human sacrifice – in Kauai, myths and legends litter the landscape. There are traditional and ancient oral histories passed down and around the Hawaiian islands about creation, survival and love of the land – what's known as "aloha aina." Not everyone pays heed to these ancient tales, but Kauai mythbusters beware: upset Ku, the god of war or Kanaloa, god of the underworld and ruler of the dead, and you might awaken suddenly on a moonlit evening with a night marcher padding across your lanai. We have compiled some of the most pervasive of urban legend, Kauai-style.
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