The following is a personal and unsupported review of Seaside Casual, a Kodiak Island Airbnb we stayed at in Alaska. Finding the Right Kodiak Island Airbnb There are numerous Kodiak Island Airbnb options that cater to different types of visitors. If you want to stay close to town, there are options near the shops. If you want to stay directly on the water there are fewer options. Nightly prices range from just shy of $100 for an apartment to over $375 for an entire house. These may seem high if you are from the lower-48. However, you will soon learn the...Read More
Day: February 16, 2017
There are two main travel options for people wishing to visit Kodiak Island, Alaska: by ferry or by plane. Our decision to fly to the island was solidified pretty quickly when my father-in-law lovingly referred to the ferry as the “Dramamine express”. I think Hubs would have risked it for the views the ferry offers, but my motion sickness was not something he wanted to deal with for hours on end when flying was an option. Flying to Kodiak Island The whole experience of flying from Anchorage to Kodiak was a bit surreal. We arrived at the airport the...Read More
About Sara Beth
I'm a gypsy soul from Driftless Wisconsin who is trying to stay grounded in the city by embracing my roots. My heart belongs to my Hubs and our slightly crazy dog, Rackers. Driven by a serious case of wanderlust, I enjoy afternoon drives, road trips, exploring national parks, and easy-ish hikes to waterfalls.