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... TV or in movies, you always see how windy it is. And we did go in a copter without windows! So I was kind of expecting the ride to be bumpy. But it wasn't at all. It was hard to tell we were even flying. Even when the wind did blow us around a little, it wasn't bumpy like in airplanes, we just gently moved around a bit.
Another surprise was how calm I was throughout the trip. I was a bit nervous right before we took off. But as soon as we were in the ...
... A couple who are driving the same car as us told us about the eco boost feature that saves gas. That is good because gas is $4.79 a gallon.
Our next stop was Opaeka'a Falls Lookout. The falls are 151 feet tall and they were pretty far away. They flow all year long as Kauai is the place on earth that receives the most rainfall of anywhere. Early this morning all the mountains were covered with clouds and it was raining up ...
... make Catherine more developmentally comfortable. They were all extremely appreciative and invited me to come and visit anytime I wanted. They told me that I should totally get a job here...they could talk to some people and make some calls to get me a job. They are so unbelievably sweet. I will definitely be in contact with them.
So there's another week of my life in Hawaii :):) It's been amazing!! I look forward to what this week has in store for me!
... that were breaking nice and slow. And best of all, there was nobody out...not a soul. I ran back up the path to the jeep, left Ron a frantic message that Donkeys was firing so for him to meet me out rather then me waiting for him, and paddled out and surfed a solo session for about an hour. The only other people on the beach was a middle aged couple that were taking advantage of the seclusion of Donkeys and letting it all hang out. I think this ...
... week they held an outdoor hula show with live music and twice a week there was a farmer's market. We treated Cherie and family to a meal at The Island Grill which was delicious and very reasonable before it was time for them to leave to put the children to bed.Uwe and I returned to our room to finish unpacking and by 8pm were starting to feel peckish again so we popped back to the CMP for a snack. We got a bit lost walking over in the dark but eventually found ourselves back at ...
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