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... we got to another split in the trail and were up high and in a forest, we looked at the map and decided that we should have taken the other way when the trail first split...we were correct and from that split, it was a quick hike down to the falls.
Day 11...Fourth of July: It was hot outside and we needed a rest day from yesterday's hot and sweaty hike, so we rested, relaxed and watched Independence Day on the TV.
Day 12: I woke up around 6 a.m. and headed ...
After our adrenaline fuelled start to Kauai, our remaining time was spent leisurely exploring the magnificent island with the help of our zippy little car Sparky.
Amazingly, although there is only two main roads on Kauai, (one going from the East of the island up to the North and the other heading South), we still managed to see something different each day due to all the additional tracks leading to ...
... minutes to spare) and we are staying in Princeville which is at the top of island. On Christmas morning Remy and I spent the morning driving past a small beachy town called Hanalei and went to 'the end of the road'. There were some caves and beaches and many people setting off to explore the rainforest. We headed back to Princeville for a traditional Christmas lunch and napped in the afternoon.
Yesterday, the 27th December we ...
... and wind and weather! The sails went up for half an hour allowing us to take pictures and just relax. Then we headed back down the coast to our snorkel spot. Yes I went snorkelling...no coral to speak of but quite a few fish...mostly black and blue and spotted brown...but was lovely to cool off! Lunch was then served followed by wine and Mai Tai's.....they really looked after us! We boarded ship at 7:30am and were back in port at ...
We arrived at the Hanalei Bay Resort, checked in and took the hike up the three stories of stairs to find our rooms for the next week. The rooms were attached by a lock door and each side had a balcony overlooking the pool, Hanalei Bay and the three most prominent mountain peaks of Hihimanu, Namolokama, and Mamalahoa and their waterfalls. We had arrived and it really was paradise!!!
The kids ate some lunch in Princeville Center. This parking lot seems like ...
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