Little did we know that as we sat is Seattle and awaited de-icing of our plane, that in just 7 hours we would be watching an amazing sunset in our shorts and tank tops, toasting the spectacular waves, warmth and house that would make the most memorable holiday ever! The pictures of Hale Kai are accurate, but the real thing is even better. The house was well supplied with linens, kitchenware, and some basic cooking supplies. As I am sure previous guests did, we left behind some cooking oils (didn't have to pry the coconut oil out of the jar here), coffee filters, seasonings and such in the kitchen. One of my passions is searching Thrift Stores for needed items. I hope the large coffee cups I found are still there when we get back to Hale Kai! Also, the travel sized toiletries in the bathroom were fun and I hope the guests after us enjoy the shampoo/conditioner packets we left. My parents taught me that when you stay at someone's house, leave it nicer than when you arrived. Because Hale Kai is so incredibly well furnished, located and serenaded by nature, extra coffee cups and bathroom supplies were the best I could do.