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... ended at the Haena State Park (end of the road). There we seen both wet and drive caves.
On our way back, we took a side road in hopes of finding a waterfall. We seen a couple of waterfalls, but the interesting site was a wild pig. It seems that chickens are not the only wild critters in Kauai.
We stopped in Princeville for lunch and looking around. After that, we headed back to the condo.
Still more to explore.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... we were beaten into submission by the wind, the hills on the back nine, and the heat. Nonetheless we had a great time though we made a mental note to take a cart next time. We again stopped by Costco on the way back to Poipu and got another bottle of mai tais and gas that is $1 per gallon cheaper than any other gas station on the island. Strange, the purchasing power of Costco...
Today had a lazy start, lounging around the apartment. Marla took pictures and completely captured the essence of the Kauai island's ubiquitous avian residents. We decided to take a hike to the waterfall up the road that we had heard about. The hike was mostly pavement but all steadily uphill until we reached the power line trail. Then the hike turned MUDDY! After passing an abandoned van and hearing weird whistles and calls from the trailhead, we ...
... The Kalalau Trail, that all the travel books/websites have said is a must do for the 'adventurer' type of traveler. It begins at the end of the road on the northwest side of the island. The roads here end on both the northwest and southwest shores as they near the heart of the west coast known as The Na Pali Coast because the terrain is too mountainous and rough for a road to have ever been built through but of course this area has been explored by foot over the years ...
... lunch on the rocks...reminded us so much of west Australia! Fred decided not to kayak back so I did all the tough work and even on my own we were head of the crew so I felt good about my kayaking skills! Got home, a scotch and bed for Fred....I went for a walk and chilled for an hour or so... Then time for dinner and bed! We should not wake up at 3am tomorrow from jetlag....I think we will sleep for 2 ...