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In which area of Kauai should we stay in mid-November?

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We will be in Kauai for 3 days November 16-19. (This will be at the end of a trip that includes 3 days in Oahu and a week in Maui [staying at Kahana Villa Vacation Club, on the West Coast of Maui between Kaanapali and Kapalua].) I am tryiing to decide which area of Kauai we should stay in. It sounds like the north shore might be a bit problematic this time of year. Suggestions of specific lodging options would be welcomed. I'd also appreciate suggestions of things to see and do that are uniquely Kauai -- that we are unlilkely to have the opportunity to do in Maui. We enjoy snorkeling, kayaking, beautiful scenery, flora and fauna, and local history and culture. We are going with cousins from Chicago, who have never been to the Hawaiian Islands before. Unfortunately, one of them has foot problems and cannot do much walking or hiking.

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