Hale O Nanakai Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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... on the boat didn't enjoy the trip - they were sick the whole way. Sheila and I enjoyed riding the crests of 6-8 foot waves. Once we reached the Napali coast we seen sea caves, remote beaches, and hidden waterfalls. One area that was pretty interesting was a ride along the shore of a huge rock slide. Apparently, there was a huge rock slide in February 2014 which changed the landscape of the coast. ...
In our parking lot was a couple of folks selling their wares. Our first salesperson was a lady who was selling banana bread. This wasn't any banana bread - it was fully loaded with banana, macadamia nuts, coconut and chocolate chips. For $5, it was pretty good. The next guy was selling pearl necklaces for $5. Sheila asked if these were real pearls. He proceeded to give Sheila ...
... incredibly humbling feeling while flying along the walls of Waimea Canyon, and deep into the valleys along the Na Pali coast, and ancient volcanos of the island.
While the helicopter tour is mind-blowing, one cannot undervalue the feelings of accomplishment and wonder that comes with hiking in these state parks. Feeling the rock with your hand, soaking your feet while trying to rock hop (maybe not the sweetest moment, but sure gave Derek a ...
... in the Army, so Constance, John & Kathy traded marching songs, most of them really horrifying or dirty if you actually listened to them. With trembling legs we finally rounded the corner to the secret waterfall. It was SO worth it! The water was shockingly cold, but everyone braved it for an amazing swim. Marla even got to walk behind the fall, while Constance dared to go back in for a second swim in the bracing water! Lunch was simple and delicious - fresh deli ...
... the gang for a walk on Wai Koa loop trail in Kilauea for a 3 mile hike through a sustainably grown mahogany forest. We kinda didn't get to see the big attraction (stone dam with rope swing), due to a fearless leader who assured us the going the opposite way around the loop was the way to go (no-one's naming names but he just got married). No big wup, just crushed ...