The honeymoon planning begins

This past weekend I spent a few late nights scouring the Internet for places to stay in Hawaii and getting a feel for what’s available. I’ve never been to Hawaii and I know a lot of you have been and I want to hear about your experiences, tips, insights, advice, etc.. Right now I’m planning on 6 nights on Kauai and 2-3 nights on Maui. I’m reserving a secluded private cottage for the first 4 nights on Kauai but beyond that I’m still figuring things out. I bought Frommer’s “Hawaii From $80 A Day” which has given me some good ideas, but personal recommendations on stuff to do is highly valued.

4 Replies to “The honeymoon planning begins”

  1. Denise has a Kauai book that’s really good, and if you’re patient I’ll but it for you. :) We used it constantly because it has restaraunts and reviews for the whole stinkin’ island.

    Think about what you want to do too. We did kauai for 7 nights, and it was very mellow. Just a lot of really good food, lots of very cool site seeing. Then we did Oahu to do Pearl Harbor. Oahu was cool, but much of it is like los angeles, so it was nice to see two really different islands.

    Denise and Paul and us will have to sit down and tell you all the restaraunts and stuff we went to.

  2. Booked our flights tonight. Should have car booked tomorrow so now it is down to finding 1 place to stay on Kauai and Maui and deciding on activities.

  3. The Sheraton on the south shore of Kauai is very nice-we had brunch there. If you’re looking for something ritzy, anything in Princeville (north shore) will do.

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