I have been back from Kauai for a few days now and have had a hard time getting into the swing of things. I think that's a sign of a good vacation. Thanks to dear M who laid out the red carpet for me. She spoiled me rotten. She shuttled me around, fed me and kept me in stitches the whole time. It was so fun seeing what her life is like living on Kauai vs being a tourist at a resort.
|My beautiful hostess|
Saying Kauai is beautiful really isn't sufficient. Its beauty is other-worldly and the colors are so vivid that it almost hurts. That top photo taken of the Nepali Coast is a perfect example. I took this with a crap camera and still...look at the colors.
I am now obsessively madly in love with the color pink. This is the prettiest shade of pink I've ever laid my eyes on. The petals are soft and furry just like lambs ear. Here is its official name...
While hiking through the McBryde Botanical Gardens we stumbled upon these antique tiles that made up a short wall.
Long sleeves and long pants were the recommended garb for the botanical garden because of mosquitoes.
I didn't want to get out of this gorgeous water.
Ho-hum...more staggering beauty.
I wore this vintage maxi because it would have been wrong not to.
Gorgeous view from our table at the Makana Terrace restaurant at the St. Regis.
Super comfy striped maxi dress by Michael Kors. Perfect for travel because it rolled up and didn't wrinkle plus hid all kinds of bodily sins. I also like it because it is lightweight yet you can't see through it. Slits on the side make it comfortable for summer weather too. I got mine at Marshalls but Amazon has it in case you are interested.
So that's it. I am so incredibly grateful to have visited and been so well taken care of.
Thank you M. x