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Stewarding the Earth on the North Shore of Kauai

Sea Six

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Oct 15, 2005
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Marco Island, FL
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Club Regency - Marco Island
Lagunamar - Cancun
Vistana Villages Key West (2) - Orlando
That road along the north shore makes the Hana Highway look like an interstate highway.


Jun 6, 2005
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Northern, CA
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WKORV, WKV, SDO, 4-Kauai Beach Villas, Island Park Village (Yellowstone), Hyatt High Sierra, Dolphin's Cove (Anaheim) NEW: 2 Lawa'i Beach Resort!
Is your comment from before or after it was replaced in the last year? Even before it was replaced we thought it was fine. Besides some 1-lane bridges, what's not to like? I would not compare it to the very winding road to Hana.

Regarding the original article - I am 100% for the new restrictions on the north shore - people were destroying it, and the millions of crazy people parking in clearly marked no-parking zones were extremely annoying. Then there were the people who stood on the coral reef, and the people who mobbed the monk seals, which are an endangered species. We are eager to see how the land and ocean have recovered after their sabbatical.

If some visitors are too impatient/self-indulgent to be willing to comply with the new visitor's restrictions, they are exactly the kind of people who should stay away.
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Dec 12, 2006
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I wasn't making any kind of judgement......I just wanted to let people know that the procedure has changed.