Hale Lani Bed and Breakfast
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... hit some rocks before falling into the rough sea. It would have been ignorant of us to ignore her warnings so we turned back.
As it turned out we never had another chance to do the trail but we had been lucky enough to see it from the air and also by car which we will talk about shortly.
We did however, on a separate day do a lovely 4 mile round walk along a winding coastal path to the buzzing ...
... One of our heros from Alaska took 41 seconds. Our guide Jesus was the last one to come across. He took 31 seconds - that is almost 60 miles per hour.
The zip line tour was well worth it. It is something that Sheila and I always wanted to do but will never do again!! It is now officially checked off our bucket list!! For our son Zack, we told you we could do it and thanks for all your encouragement!!!
After we ...
... have fallen in love with and we have lived off is Poke, which is fresh raw tuna. Yes, raw tuna! It is marinated in usually a mix of sesame and chili oils with some onions and sesame seeds to garnish. We usually eat it with a bit of rice and some fresh avocado. This is what we have been living on here. I think today is the first day we haven't had Poke for at least one meal!
Fresh produce and fresh fish along with beautiful beaches, good surf and yoga..we ...
... on money. Lastly, I hope to gain a great tan, but not wrinkles and skin cancer. I rarely ever use sunscreen lotion because I want to get as tan as I can, but I know I'm hurting my body in the long run. I need to learn how to start using sunscreen, while I'm out in the harsh UV rays in Hawaii. Hawaii could possibly be the place where I decrease my chances of getting wrinkles or skin cancer early on.
... pup called Sage, who instantly made friends before trying to chew through my fingers and then my sandals. Keely said she used to live in London but fell in love with the islands and moved to Haena 20 years ago. She'd moved to the hotel for a few days to shelter from the hurricane but was going home tomorrow. Her house was still ok, thank goodness.
I'll sign off for today. Going to pick the midges out of my hair before downing a glass of Kinky vodka and hitting the sack. Night night.