Virtual Scavenger Hunt #strideforkauai
Here are the details:
- Select four of the questions below from our sponsor’s websites and take a screen shot of the answer.
- Once you have collected four photos, post them together in one post (as a carousel or collage) on Instagram. Or you can email the collage to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Make sure to tag @thekauaimarathon and use #strideforkauai.
- You will have until September 1, 2020 to complete your scavenger hunt.
- Of the completed entries, five lucky winners will be randomly selected and sent goodies from our sponsors as a reward!
- Good Luck!
Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa
- Picture yourself getting a treatment after a long run at this award-winning spa.
- A good night’s rest before the race can be found in one of these luxurious and spacious rooms overlooking the ocean.
- Which signature restaurant sits on a koi filled lagoon and features fresh locally caught seafood?
- This coffee thrives in volcanic soil and at higher altitudes, which makes the 3,100 acres and diverse microclimates of the Kauai Coffee farm a perfect home for this delicious and valuable varietal.
- If the dog days of summer have you in need of a caffeine kick and chilly sip, mix up this beverage with your favorite Kauai Coffee beans.
- This is not a specific type of coffee, bean, or grind. It is a coffee preparation that uses a machine to force hot water through a container of tightly packed, finely ground coffee at a high level of pressure.
- One of the easiest ways to get your daily dose of physical activity is by walking. Bonus points if you bring your furry friend friend along. Find the pic on our page, or take a pic with your favorite pet walking.
- Full of vitamins, minerals and anti-inflammatory properties, this soup will boost both your immunity and mood!
- Suddenly our keiki are all learning from home for an indefinite amount of time. It can be challenging, but there are many ways to make this a better experience for both students and parents with these tips.
- Known as the “king of fruits” – this tropical delight was grown on Kauai from the late 1800s until 1964. Words to live by from this ceramic piece.
- This part of Kauai is known for its spectacular beauty and inaccessibility. The location of one of the top ten hikes in the world, it is called by the Hawaiian word for cliffs. It is one of our favorite subjects to paint. Look for the crescent moon.
- Great container for your favorite morning beverage showing our favorite Hawaiian Island. Look for the heart on the backside.
- Roman’s paid their soldiers in this valuable commodity: thus, the word “salary” was derived from this most ancient of seasonings. The red Hawaiian soil makes it unique, and naturally colors this seasoning.
- Known for her passion, in Hawaiian mythology she created the Hawaiian islands and still continues to enlarge her Big Island home. We named this seasoning in her honor and it pays homage to all things hot and spicy.
- We named this seasoning after the Hawaiian word for grandparent: this seasoning gives a big flavor boost without raising your blood pressure!