“Counting all the ripples on the sea” (South Pacific)

Monday, February 16th, 2009

Kiahuna Plantation

We loved staying here. It was perfect for families, and perfect for us. The condo was great, and had an awesome Lanai that lead out onto one of the many large grassy areas. We chose #44 in particular because the Lanai happened to have a fence around it, meaning Evan could go in and out without wandering away unnoticed, yet with the gate open, he could run down the hill onto the grassy area. The beach and beach hut were a perfect 5 minute stroll over a couple little bridges and through the grassy lawns. The beach hut had towels, chairs, beach toys, and snacks. The pool area was at the tennis club across the street. The pool was perfect because it had a large sandy area, pool slide, and pool side restaurant service! We went to the pool almost every day. Evan loves the water and quickly learned a new word – “slide” – which he would say over and over (with a little bit of a “SH” sounds so it sounds like “shlide”.

View from Lanai of #44

View from Lanai of #44

Looking into #44 from Lanai

Looking into #44 from Lanai

path from beach to condo

path from beach to condo

Sophie on lawn in front of beach
Sophie on lawn in front of beach
Evan enjoying a snack from the beach hut

Evan enjoying a snack from the beach hut

Kiahuna Plantation beach

Kiahuna Plantation beach

Daddy and his little girl enjoying the pool

Daddy and his little girl enjoying the pool

Daddy and Sophie at Sunday brunch at the tennis club

Daddy and Sophie at Sunday brunch at the tennis club

pool with awesome sand area for toddlers

pool with awesome sand area for toddlers

Evan directing traffic at the pool

Evan directing traffic at the pool

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