Nancy and I shared a bowl of Oxtail Soup from Tip Top Cafe. *sigh* that hit the spot. Before making it to Kalapaki Beach where our next condo is located, we also stopped by The Fish Express and purchased Kimchi Tako Poke. I planned on eating that once we’re in Kalapaki. The beauty of staying near Lihue? All the good foodie places are on our driving path. As we made our way towards Kalapaki Beach, we noticed the Malasada Lady was already open, and why not? It didn’t take lots of convincing to stop off for some hot, fresh Kauai Malasadas.
I am an AirBNBeliever, yes I am!
Since we planned our trip at the very last minute, Nancy and I decided to break-up our Kauai stays in 2-3 different locations. Timeshares and hotels are somewhat similar
when it comes to charging customers using weekday vs. weekends. While I had enough miles and points to use for hotel stays, I opted to use our timeshare and rented a condo with AirBNB, a rental service that has been getting rave reviews from many of those who have used its service.
- Dinette and Living Room Area
- Washer and Dryer
- Full Kitchen
- Well-stocked kitchen pantry items for cooking (I’m a big fan since I cook)
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free Parking
- 3 TVs plus DVD players (including Cable service)
- Air-conditioned unit
- Beach accessories (mats, body board, cooler, umbrella, etc)
- BBQ Lanai access
- Community Pool/Spa
- Walk or drive to the beach
- Costco, Walmart, Kmart, Kukui Grove Mall, Lihue Airport – within 5-10 minutes
That evening we ventured off to where else? Mark’s Place and I ordered their special of the day -Togarashi Dusted Ahi topped with cucumber namasu….so spicy good and oh so fresh!!! For dessert, we drove towards Kalaheo, about 15 minutes away, and had chocolate haupia pie. That was our crazy busy Thursday. Thanks for following us.