Pali Ke Kua 236

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Pali Ke Kua 236

Property Details

Enjoy the peace and beauty of the expansive Pacific ocean from your tropical Kauai vacation rental. With the dining area, kitchen, lanai, and living room all facing the ocean and golf view, it is easy to relax. The master suite has a King size bed, overhead fan, and a private full bath. The upstairs bedroom also has a Double size bed and a Twin size bed, overhead fan, and a private full bath. Call for specials on this unit!!
*Rates may vary – the posted rate is for the current calendar year. Seasonal rates for the current year, as well as next year’s rates may be higher. Discounts may also be offered. Please check the rate by inquiring for specific dates using our online booking system or contact us at 808-826-6585 or rentals@oceanfrontrealty.com.
TAT# W40383970-02

Price from $1,050 per week
Please call for nightly rates


Listing IDs: TV-2979



Rental Information

Location and Contact
5300 Ka Haku Rd. map
Princeville, HI 96722
Toll Free:1-800-222-5541
Fax: 808-826-6478
rentals@oceanfrontrealty.com
Size
2 Bedrooms / 2 Bath
King, Double, Twin
Rates
From $1,050 / week
Please call for nightly rates
13.42% Tax
Cleaning fee, taxes, refundable deposit, and non-refundable reservation fee are additional.
Amenities
  • Ocean & golf course views
  • Free high speed internet
  • TV & DVD player
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Washer & dryer in condo
  • Sleeps 4

Kauai Rental Blog

27 Words To Know Before You Visit Hawaii

December 11th, 2014 by Lindsey
aloha

I just came across this article by the Huffington Post. It is not super recent, but I found it entertaining, so I thought I could blog about it and entertain the rest of you with it. It is informational and educational after all!

It’s called: “27 Words To Learn Before You Visit Hawaii

Feel free to follow the link above for the full article. As for now, I’d like to highlight some of my favorite words. They are my favorites off the list for a variety of reasons. Some I just like. Some are commonly misunderstood by travelers and I’d like to shed some light on them. Some words are just interesting, and some are important to know. Ok, enough of the jib-jab, let’s talk….

Mahalo. It means thank you. You will see this a lot of places, even on trash bins. It’s in context as in “thank you” for not littering.

Aloha. This is very common. It is a greeting of good intentions, feelings, and welcoming saying.

Ohana. Yes, as the Disney Lilo & Stich movie interprets it, “ohana” does mean family. Please know that ohana can mean more than family, like the relationship beyond blood, like close friends and loved ones.

Ono. Delicious, tasty, good food. When food is ono, it is very good. When you see this word near food terms, it is a good thing.

Da kine. Have you heard of a whatchamacallit? A widget? It’s like another word for thing or item.

Have a looksie at the other words on the list. Too bad the comments got closed on that article, I was going through it and enjoying the comments listed of words that were left out and other comments. Let me know in the comments below… I won’t close them. ;)