Hubby & I are planning our 1st trip to Hawaii for our 25th anniversary in the middle of September, and are interested in a unit at Kanai' A Nalu. I have read about the cane burning and the wind, and would like to know how much stock to put into what I am reading.
1. When do they usually burn, how bad does it get and how long does it last? My parents live in the Willamette Valley of Oregon where they burn the hay fields every year. It gets so bad you almost can't see across the street for all the smoke.
2. I realize that "windy" is a relative term, but are we talking breezy or does the sand sting when it hits you?
Any other information about ANYTHING that the AWESOME contributors to this forum can add would be greatly appreciated. We are on a somewhat tight budget - but don't want to ruin a once in a lifetime vacation either.