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... view of the Napali coast. After a lunch break, we headed back up the trail and found it was much more difficult. We made it down and up in 2 and a half hours though! We spent the rest of the day finishing journals and playing games with everyone else ...
... the bottom part, it's all the flavored syrups that collected with some melted ice...mostly syrup. Ben was pretty ripped off the sugar high!
We went to go check into our hotel, the Wyndham and the people were so nice. The place was so nice! Alas, there was no air conditioning in most of the places here, but we had many windows and doors that we opened up to get a good breeze going. Our place had a full kitchen with a dishwasher and a washer/dryer, so we did a few ...
... t think that was the part you want to close your eyes.
On the longer lines, you can build up some real speed - especially the Flyin Kauaian's from Alaska. When we came to the last line (the 1/2 mile one), I timed some of the folks as they went. I couldn't time myself however, I was busy holding on!! Nobody wanted to go first, so brave Sheila stepped up. It took her 43 seconds - that is 53.5 miles per hour to complete ...
... spouted on their trip to Alaska.
The rest of the flight was over lightly populated coast where a few celebrities own property. We only saw a few resorts but not major development.
The pilot started to give controls over to the co-pilot for landing but, due to the high level of noise in the headset (all of us yelling “NO”) he brought us down. Flight over but memories to last a lifetime.
... on and had a fabulous dive.
The reef was beautiful and there were turtles everywhere. At one point, I was tangled up in a turtle condo at turtle nap time. Giant green sea turtles were beneath me in every direction, each with his head tucked under the reef for a snooze. We also saw many fish native to the Pacific, and I saw one very shy eel. Getting out of the water was a scene from The Hunger Games. I knew the waves were trouble. I knew I should stay away from the ...