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... so I headed out to the hammock to let the girls do their thing. After everyone was ready, Livvy and sister eve in their dresses, eve turns to Liv can you do my hair now? Baring in mind the ceremony is in 20 minutes, Livvy agrees to the frustration and works her magic.
All the family poised in the garden, the sun shining high and the sky as blue as the water beside the shore we stand on. The suspense is on everyone’s shoulders to see the bride in her white dress in ...
... 160;My blue shirt is soaked in sweat and I am half brown from mud along with my hair being out of sorts. I walked like the guy from the movie Shocker at this point and there was no denying it. I'm not sure at what point I hurt the muscle in my leg but know it was before the final 3 miles because it hurt that whole time. I believe it may have been from one of the many slips on the trail because the whole trail was slippery due to the mud. ...
... Polyensian music, and the friendly vibes extended to getting some of the crowd up for an impromptu hula dancing.
The highlight and number one rated activity to do on Kauai is to see the Na Pali coastline which is that bit I mentioned which isn't accessible by road. People book boat trips, helicopters trips or walk it. We chose that latter. This was by far the most physically demanding part of the whole trip as it is listed as a strenuous hike. ...
WEll jet lag truly has set in....we have been awake since 3am! Took a picture out our window...looks very cloudy....actually Kauai is cloudy in mornings and evenings! And gets sunny and hot during day. I got stuck into the wash...we were given 2 bag breakfasts last night so that was our brekky! We got a phone call asking us to come to ...
... which truly can be called the long and winding road. Helen and I gave him helpful support about where to go, when to stop and so on, and we are sure Tom was very grateful! At the Canyon we viewed some scenic viewpoints and then embarked on the Canyon Trail, supposedly 1.7 miles each way but very tough terrain with roots, boulders and big steps which really tested the less than perfect knees of the group, but it was also good to have such a workout. We ...