In general I found Kuau’i to be a very green, lush and hospitable place, full of open beaches and low-key people. It rained a lot and that could be just the time of year or that we are out so far in the weather system that it get’s more rain than any other place on the planet.
The sand was course and not especially fun to walk upon barefoot however walking on the sand of a beach in Kaua’i is better than walking on any other surface any other day in any other foot apparel.
Kaua’i has only about 60 thousand residents year round so is very small town feel. It also has MANY spots that look outright prehistoric. That was pretty awesome. Finally it has more wild chickens on the island than people. Pretty sure I was told that. This is no lie…if you go anywhere you will see chickens and chicks.
Because of its “smallness” it only has single lane roads and can be challenging to get from point A to point B in a hurry. Since you are on the place most remote in the world why rush to get anywhere right? relax and let the ALOHA sink in.
More to come…