My friends son was showing us some tricks in the waves at Poipu Beach Park. Crazy what you can do with that little boogie board!
We just celebrated our 2nd anniversary, we got married at Whalers Cove. The original ceremony was blended with a Hawaiian ritual by a Kapuna from Kauai, that we will never forget for the rest of our lives. We will always have a reason to go back to one of the most beautiful spots on earth and celebrate our anniversary. We threw our leis over the rocks out front and they came back in!
This is our favorite beach! There are 3 different swimming places, and great snorkeling! Don’t worry about packing a lunch, there is a great fresh deli at Brenneke’s right there! Monk seals were there every day! These two didn’t seem to mind all the people!
We walked down to Baby beach every evening for pupus and a glass of wine. Tried to go out for dinner, but this just seemed better! The last night we came down, we saw a pair of turtles at the beach! How cute! They looked like a couple!
We got married in December, and when we checked in to our condo at Whalers Cove, we found these flowers. My Mom had ordered them for us, and the concierge picked them up. Thanks Mom! This photo will preserve our flowers forever!
This is just like the blow hole on Oahu, but you can get closer. Sounds like a dragon breathing down in there! We also got photos from the water. This is a great little walk from Whalers Cove. We walked out here every morning!
The orchid garden at Whalers Cove is a photographers dream. Every shape and color you could image, all in bloom! I photographed each one, and had them all framed when we got home. This yellow one was my favorite!
Steve in the front office brought these avocados from his tree at home! They were twice the size of the ones we got from the grocery story and delicious! Thanks Steve!
Sunsets seem to get all the glory, but if you are an early riser, head down to the pool deck and take amazing photos of the sunrise! This was our favorite time of day, just as the birds start singing!
I think that’s how you spell it. This is the State Fish. While we were at the beach, this man rescued the fish who was trapped in a tiny tide pool. I didn’t realize how colorful they are. We had to go snorkeling after that!