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... rain had followed us to the hike. Our first stop was the Kapa'a Stream where two waterfalls were located. We made our way through magnificent tall trees, picking our way cautiously through slightly muddy terrain. The trees defiantly kept the majority of the rain from us, with just enough reaching us to keep us cool, not soaked. We scrambled down to the waterfall after about 30 minutes hike to Ho'opi'i Fall. The waterfall ...
... of the groom. The groom waits on the green for his bride to be, looking up to the balcony. As the bridesmaids Livvy Eve & Marylyn start to walk out to the Hawaiian song '’Over The Rainbow’’ which was sung by a Polynesian woman playing the ukulele the emotion starts. Faye appears and the ceremony begins. In Hawaiian tradition cracking of the coconut and drinking of the waters symbolizes eternal life, washing of the hands purifies the couple and a link ...
... to a lovely waterfall and saw the huge canyon as we descended and then climbed out. It took us about 2 and a half hours. We then drove to the very top lookout - Kokee - and magically the cloud lifted and we could see all the way to the Na Pali Coast where we had been the day before and could see the place where we had looked up from our boat. It was lovely. After a light but tasty lunch we travelled back and will enjoy some more stories, food and maybe ...
... that turned off and became a volcano out of which Pele, the god of fire, appeared. Pele told of the golden people of Hawaii. There was also a Samoan Fire dancer. The Maori women did poi dancing in which they swung tethered weights rhythmically, and with weights that were on fire. It was all over too soon. I drove us back to the condo where I worked on the blog, Derek and Larry went to bed, and Erin went out to the beach to watch the moon on the water.
... had papaya, mango and pineapple in it. Scrumptious! The third time there were free Mai Tais which Larry and Derek had but I just wanted water. We were getting really tired by this time. Our plane got into Lihue at 9:18 which was 3:18 am Eastern time. We got our baggage in an open air baggage claim. It was very windy but still 70*. Then we got the shuttle to the Alamo Car Rental. It didn't ...
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