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May 5, 2005
The condo units are not a part of the old plantation. They are two-story buildings with at least four units in each. Our unit was very nice. We had a one-bedroom unit with a living room, dining area, and full kitchen. A nice-sized private balcony had a view of the ocean, though it was about 50 yards away from us. Surrounding the balcony were birds of paradise and other red flowers I can't name.
Our unit was privately owned by a family from Pennsylvania, and they had photos on the wall of monk seals they had found sunning on the beach. Everything was in good shape and clean. Being from Minnesota, it struck me as strange that the windows here did not have any glass. There were screens and wood shutters that kept the rain out, but no glass! Parking near our unit wasn't always easy to find. If you want daily housekeeping, it costs extra, or you can just have it done once or twice. Either way, you pay for that separately to management.
Nearby you can find Old Koloa Town, and right down the street is the Poipu Shopping Village, which had some really nice shops and restaurants!
When I think of Kiahuna Plantation, I think of walking up the path to our unit, coming back after a nice evening out, smelling those fantastic fragrances, and saying goodnight to the cute little geckos that hung out nearby.
From journal Kick up Your Feet in Kauai!
LOS ANGELES, California
July 11, 2001
From journal The Garden Isle