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Discovered in 1778 by Captain James Cook, this sunny Hawaiian paradise is one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Kaua'i is celebrated for its breathtaking canyons and valleys, majestic mountain peaks and white sandy beaches. Early sea captains, enchanted by the lush tropical scenery, called Kaua'i the "Garden Island" a nickname that is still used today. This Web site is a tribute to a very special place - its people, lifestyle, architecture, history and natural beauty.


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Taro Farm, Wainiha.

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Sunrise at Waipouli Beach.

Hawaii Postcards and Picture Galleries

Oceania Postcards and Picture Galleries

Kauai - The Garden Island of Hawaii

click here Jane's Hawaii Home Page  
   click here Jane's Oceania Home Page  
Jane Resture
(E-mail: -- Rev. 25th May 2003)