Local Snapshots — March

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Local Snapshots — March

Hanalei Pier – On an island surrounded by natural beauty, it’s easy to get distracted and miss architectural details blending with the environment. Photo by Kristin Repp, of Dusty, Wash.

Hanalei Pier – On an island surrounded by natural beauty, it’s easy to get distracted and miss architectural details blending with the environment. Photo by Kristin Repp, of Dusty, Wash.

A good snapshot may reveal a simple pleasure that otherwise goes unnoticed. The Local Snapshots is just a tiny collection of what Kaua‘i offers to locals and visitors. Indulge yourself. And if you have any suggestions or pictures, send it to editor@forkauaionline.com.

Kauai Rum

Rum Cakes – Come across a tray full of rum fudge sauce and rum cakes, and how could you ignore it? Impossible. Available at Koloa Rum at Kilohana Plantation.

Daphne

Daphne – This white boy doesn’t seem to care that he’s got a girl’s name. Play some rock and roll and this is pretty much what happens, Daphne does a wild dance behind Kong Lung Store in Kilauea.

Bagels Kilauea Bakery

Kilauea Bakery bagels – The bagels at Kilauea Bakery have got to be the best on the island. And if they’re not, please disclose where it is, as anything better than this must not go unnoticed. It would be a crime.

Kilauea Point

Kilauea Lighthouse – This is the northernmost point in the Main Hawaiian Islands. Besides being home to the historical lighthouse, it is also a federal wildlife refuge with several Native Hawaiian bird species. But plan ahead; the refuge is closed Sunday and Monday. On other days, it’s open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Léo Azambuja, editor of For Kaua‘i, has won multiple journalism awards in the state of Hawai‘i, including investigative and enterprise reporting, spot news and feature writing, photojournalism and online reporting.

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