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... stopped the boat for us to enjoy the sunset. They served champagne and took pictures of another beautiful Hawaiian sunset.
One we reached the harbor, I noticed that my face, arm, and legs were coated with sea salt. It was a very good day on the water. It brought back memories of the time we spent on our boat on area lakes. We loved every minute of it.
Chuck and Sheila ...
Today, Sheila and I headed up to the northern part of Kauai. We are still looking for potential snorkeling areas. Because of the time of year, the east side has very few snorkeling areas. We found a couple of beaches in the south part of the island. As we toured the north side, we found a couple more beaches that we will want to explore. While on our tour, we visited the Kilauea Lighthouse. While this lighthouse was decommissioned in the late 1900's, it provided navigation in the 1900's. ...
With a good forecast we set out for the Wailua golf course, a muni on the east side of Kauai. Wailua is an oddity in Hawaii in that it is an inexpensive great course. It has hosted several US Public Links Championships, and has 5 or 6 very scenic holes along a beautiful beach yet is the least expensive 18-hole course on Kauai. Cleverly deciding to get our exercise by walking ...
... were slightly addicted to that town!), to meet Kathy and John for dinner at Tahiti Nui where KanakAttack with Darryl Gonzales (vocals and guitar) and Koko Kaneali'i (vocals and bass) were playing. You might recognize Tahiti Nui and the band from the movie The Decedents. Apparently we sat at the same table that George Clooney's movie kids sat at. The band was great and for two songs they brought up The bartender Darcel to hula. Really cool. We gorged ourselves on Ono ...
The fruit here is a party in your mouth and begging for more, so tasty and fresh we will forever crave this Hawaiian fruit we have been so lucky to enjoy. I could live off the avocado picked straight from the trees, juicy pineapples and papaya cut into minutes after they have been picked, the cilantro, tomatoes and everything else I have collected from the local farmers markets here. Ryan has dropped me off some mornings at these markets, I always seem to stumble ...
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