Thursday, July 23, 2009

Kauai Vacation

Traditional hawaiian luau at the Smith Family Farm. We dined on kalua pig cooked in an imu (earth oven), haupia (coconut pudding), and poi (hawaiian tarot starch). Later we listened to live music and watched alot of wonderful entertainment.

Overlooking the tarot farms down in the valley. At the foot of Hanalei's misty green mountains is their most beautiful crop, taro. These heart shaped plants grow in flooded patches. Poi is made from the tarot root and is pretty bland resembling mashed potatoes. I ate it with the pork they served, it was decent.

Looks like a postcard!

Spouting horn blowhole on Kauai South shore. The poipu surf channels into a natural lava tube and releases a spout of water up to 60 feet high during large swells.

Hanalei Tarot Farms

Na'pali Coastline

Waterfalls at the end of our 8 mile hike up the Napali Coast. This water was freezing!

Princeville Resort

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Nice pics,having lots of fun....
SEO projects