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... and survived you were strong enough to become king. If not you were just a bag of bones.
Dirt covered Fun
The morning was a memorable one knowing that it was the last time we would all be in the amazing villa waking up to the waves and beach at our doorstep, soon to be replaced by a dusty damp room in a hostel that is overcrowded by smelly malnourished individuals.. So breakfast was nothing like the morning before raiding the fridge to make ...
... sea caves! Amazing! It was so beautiful! Waterfalls pouring down overhead and crystal clear blue waters all round! What a beautiful sight! Continued on to the Nepali Coast to see the spectacular spire mountains with unbelievable colors! No picture could do justice to this natural beauty! Stopped at a remote beach for a nice lunch and a hike to an ancient Hawaiian village. Kalen and Ryan even cracked open a couple of coconuts for all of us to try. Got to try our hand at snorkeling ...
... car. We stopped at the Pu'u Ka Pele Picnic Area again but this time we got a table in the large shelter where we had our lunch.
After lunch we decided to head to Hanapepe to the Salt Pond County Beach. On the way we stopped in Waimea to see the Swinging Bridge across the Waimea River and the Menehune Ditch. We walked across the swinging bridge and while we were on it a strong wind blew and it became a truly swinging bridge. The Menehune Ditch was ...
... hiked through the jungle, including several stream crossings where we had to wade up to our knees. Thankfully they had ropes across all the streams, because all the traffic made the water muddy and we couldn't see what we were walking across.
We soon arrived at the top of a ridge with a beautiful view of the jungle valley. And then it was time to zipline! We only did two ziplines, one out across our swimming hole, and one back. I've been ziplining twice before, so It wasn't ...
... ascended through several switchbacks and the second mile descended to Hanakapi'ai River and Beach. It definitely ascended but the views of Ke'e Beach were great and when we rounded a bend after the 1/2 mile mark we could see the Napali Coast. You have seen it too if you have seen Jurassic Park. Spectacularly lush, steep faced mountains with deep canyons rise out of the deep blue ocean and are shrouded in clouds. It is ...
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