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Street View has finally made its way to our tiny island. Last year, I saw the Google car multiple times on the roads and highways of Kauai — along the Kuamoo Highway, by the Wailua Golf Course and parked at the Kauai Beach Resort.
It looks like the Google car covered most of the island, or at least that parts that are paved. It seems like Google didn’t opt to traverse dirt roadways or trails.
Google even uploaded a gallery titled “Scenic Hawaii,” which includes scenes of Waimea Canyon and Hanalei Bay.
Be prepared to spend countless hours exploring Kauai’s ocean views, lush countryside and gorgeous scenery from the comfort of your computer screen.
It’s Aloha Friday and almost pau hana … time to take a break from work and listen to a little Jack Johnson. He’s going to be on Kauai for an April 19 concert with John Cruz and Paula Fuga. The show has already sold out (along with the rest of his tour), but those who don’t have tickets can look forward to the release of his live album “Jack Johnson and Friends — Best of Kokua Festival” in April.
This sign plastered with stickers can be found in Waimea Canyon. I don’t know what possessed me to snap a photograph of this before I turned my lens on the glorious canyon before me, but I did. I’m partial to the smiley face vampire sticker.
In honor of St. Patrick, here’s a video by The Green. This song is about a dog. True Story.
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