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... waves came up onto the shore where we were laying and swamped all of our things, but luckily nothing got ruined. After a day at the beach, we came back to the cabins and ate before playing never have I ever. Then we went to a sunset meeting, where we yet again didn't have a sunset, but a white ...
... was another 2 miles. Hiking to the beach was fairly dry with some areas of mud and slick rocks. Many people were hiking in with just flip flops, but it had to be pretty ****** for traction. We saw one dude totally take a whipper when he put his weight into the muddy spot. People who had tennis shoes on had a better go, but they were slipping on the muddy areas, too.
Ben and I must be in good shape because it wasn't all that tough, despite many of the groans and ...
... time "bro'ing" out with Chris while the girls enjoyed the beach. The house appointment didnt go well, but Brewhaus in Waimea went off without a hitch. We then went to Sams sisters to have a jam session with some of their friends. It was a real local experience! Needless to say, we were a little tired and hungover the next day. But this day will go down as one we wont soon forget! Next, on to snorkeling with Sams work! Stay with ...
... They said that if you eat it, it has a sweet taste. So I tried it and eventually spit it out. I didn't taste anything sweet about it. I should have known, when the guide didn't eat it either. We found some coconut and split them open for a taste. We ended up the hike at the beach where we found a sea turtle resting his eyes.
During our beach landing, we met up with our sister raft. Apparently, they had engine trouble and had to cut their ...
... that went again along the stunning North Coast, and then out to Nihau Island for some of the best snorkeling I have done. There was a wall that dropped from 20 to 120 feet into the deep blue - a la Finding Nemo. The ridges were lined with fish. The visibility was like air. The three of us were among the last back up on the boat once the snorkel time was over. The only person behind us was Dagwood.
I call him Dagwood because once we were back on the boat, it was time to eat. ...