Dilly Dally House (LoLo Hale)
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... and Sheila was trying to cook on the stove. I got the steaks done but the hash browns didn't get done in time. If fact, we had another blackout before we could get them cooked. The last blackout that we knew about happened at 10pm. We threw in the towel and went to bed.
Tomorrow we kayak to the falls.
Chuck and Sheila ...
What an adventure! We (Marla, Lauren, Larry, Constance, Kathy & John) headed to Princeville Ranch for a horseback riding trip. We were met by Kalona, our guide for the trail. Teeny, tiny, little, itsy-bitsy Kalona was going to take us around the wilds of Kauai! We head out on our trusty steeds across the rolling hills of the Ranch. After an hour's ride, we dismounted and headed down, down, down a steep, slippery trail full of switchbacks and muddy steps. Turns out that ...
... CG got a new hat, Gary and I got clothes. We all got a bamboo lei. Dinner with our favorite servers, Suzanne and Dunisha. They are so fun and friendly and we ask for them each meal now Dessert pics for Lisa. We ate our meal before I remembered to take pics. Will try tomorrow again. Up early in the morning to float the ...
... place in all of Kauai. We experienced our first of many adventures during the week of navigating through unmarked lanes and overfilled traffic obstacles. Paradise lost.
We decided to venture into the town of Hanalei and found a pleasant meal at Bouchons Hanalei Grill seated on the terrace overlooking the town and enjoying a different view of the mountains.
Some groceries and then we were back to HBR to relax the rest of the afternoon as each person ...
... exciting. I didn't get nervous at all. But it was still fun, and the views from the zipline were great. The best part was the second zipline, where we left the platform by just falling backwards.
We next hiked down to our swimming hole, which was the quintessential pool of water below a waterfall. I've never done that before, so I guess I got to cross something else off my bucket list! It wasn't the biggest waterfall, probably only 12 feet high or so. But it was still ...