Posted by: kauaikolea2 | February 28, 2015

Find Ideal Spring Break Location





If it has been awhile since you saw anything blooming in your yard, you need the Garden Isle of Kauai.

Winter does seem to have dug in its heels in many parts of the mainland: snow, sleet, heavy rain, black ice, and more snow.  On Kauai, the sun is shining, the surf is inviting, and nothing snow-like can be found, except in shave ice cups.

Hula Now has a short quiz to help you decide where you should go for spring break 2015, Minnesota/Alaska or Kauai:

1.  When I look out the window, I prefer to see:

a.  white, the snow packed up to the roof

b.  green lush mountains, blue sky, and blue ocean

2.  I enjoy wearing:

a.  woolen long johns and heavy gum boots

b.  flip flops, swim suit, and an Aloha shirt

3.  The best sound to fall asleep to is:

a.  a snow blower

b.  ocean waves

4.  The last hat I purchased was:

a.  one with earflaps

b.  packable straw for the beach

5.  On vacation, I want to build:

a.  another snowman with coal eyes

b.  a sand castle with puka shell trim


If most of your answers were “a”, then Minnesota or Alaska may be the place for you this spring break.  But if most of your answers were “b”, then you should click on our website,, and look at our wide selection of Kauai vacation rental condos.  We have spots for 1 to 4 guests with comfortable full, queen, and king beds.  We have oceanfront, ocean view, and garden/resort view units; some rental units have full kitchens, too.

So, come, stay with us on Kauai and enjoy our 60 sandy beaches, our hiking trails, our farm-fresh food, blue skies, and lovely trade wind breezes.

Wishing you warm Aloha!




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