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A Slice of Paradise

Perched on the ocean’s edge of the Hawaiian island of Kauai is Ko’a Kea Resort, a honeymooner’s seaside dream.

Poipu, on the sunny southern shore of Kauai, features several romanceworthy resorts, but we can personally vouch for Ko’a Kea Hotel & Resort, a breezily modern, 121-room boutique property that was recently named the #1 resort in Kauai by Travel + Leisure magazine. Ko’a Kea does not express its charm through plantation-style or Aloha kitsch; rather, it offers seaside chic, with each guestroom decorated in fresh, contemporary colors and motifs. Most rooms have balconies where you can sip a beverage, soak up the sparkling views, and contemplate your day’s activities. Plus, you’re right on the water, with just a few steps across the manicured lawn and down onto the golden sand of Poipu Beach and into sapphire-colored water. The resort’s on-site beach kiosk provides you with all your water sports equipment, or you can just bounce in and out of the waves as we did and enjoy watching the sun setting behind Spouting Horn Park.

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This is our Love issue, and inside we celebrate many formal expressions of love and commitment from diverse couples in different locations. We also remind readers to safeguard their health—sexual, psychological, and physical—which still needs to be maintained even within a committed relationship. Love isn’t as random as Cupid’s arrow. Getting it and keeping it need to be worked at. Decades of activism and visibility gave us the right to formalize our romantic unions—and vigilance will give us the right keep it.