Hale Ikena Nui
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... were slightly addicted to that town!), to meet Kathy and John for dinner at Tahiti Nui where KanakAttack with Darryl Gonzales (vocals and guitar) and Koko Kaneali'i (vocals and bass) were playing. You might recognize Tahiti Nui and the band from the movie The Decedents. Apparently we sat at the same table that George Clooney's movie kids sat at. The band was great and for two songs they brought up The bartender Darcel to hula. Really cool. We gorged ourselves on Ono ...
... of a perfect trail hike. Oh, did I mention that our fearless leader also got lost finding the trailhead? It's so difficult to find a good trail guide these days from the lawyer community. They just don't make them as granola as they used to! After chilling for a while at our apartment, we joined the gang at The Tavern for dinner. While I'd highly recommend going, it's ...
... was a beach and resort hotel so we walked the beach and returned to the ship for lunch. That night we and 700 others from the ship went to Lu'au Kalamaku, a show about the incredible journey from Tahiti to Hawaii of the ancient Polynesians. This great Hawaiian experience was held in the grounds of an old plantation next to one of the first mansions built on the island in a huge permanent marquee. Drinks and cocktails followed by a large buffet dinner, ...
... that flows into the ocean from the rainforest. We cross to get to the beach, I may have dunked one of my shoes in here on accident. The little beach was beautiful but since there were many warnings advising us not to go in or we could be added to the large amount of tallies on the post for fatalities, we walked around, played in the cave, and sat on a few rocks admiring the view for a couple of minutes. It is at this point we have learned that we are ...
... waiting vehicles. We walked out of the National Park and the size of the advocates that were in the trees and on the ground we massive, Andrew got a picture of me with one. We travelled for around ten or so minutes to a walk to our waterfall. When we got out we saw this is the same place they take zip lining. They have a stuffed pig, a cam net and some military gear with bullets jammed into the wood to look all war like. We walked down hill for around ...