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So much for thinking we might have a slow day! We adventured over to Hawi (ha'vee) today and made ourselves at home. Hawi is a quant little town on the "wet side" of the island. The highway system makes a nice loop back around to Waimea so it was great to not have to drive the same stretch twice! While we were in Hawi we found an awesome farmers market. We purchased a coconut and some carrots! That was healthy eating at its best. ...
... br> As the Na Pali coast ended and the North Shore began, we could see our favourite beach below us.
It has the most gorgeous soft sand and the reefs keep sharks at bay (hopefully!) and create calm water near the shore to bathe in.
We spent more time in the sea here than anywhere else on this trip - the water was that good!
Making our way back to the ...
... of scenes in both the first and third Jurassic Park films, where the Raptors chased the films heroes and unfortunate victims. I couldn't resist as we walked through, yelling out at one point "Run!", like Sam Neill did, and mentioned Raptors, along with the iconic words "Welcome, to Jurassic Park" :) It just felt right. I felt insignificant in such a giant environment. So much so see along the way to the falls, including a river crossing that we had to make by foot, which had a rope ...
... to jump off. Now the pressure was on me. Without hesitation I followed along. The second zip line however, was considerably longer. That one I thought about for a moment. I should mention that on this zip line tour, our guides provide the braking at the end of the zip line. Kind of like an aircraft carrier when the jet lands - pretty quick stop. That makes it even more exciting. The gusty winds and at times rain added to ...
... the wind.
Once we got out of the wind tunnel, I stood back up and kept hoping that the river would be different. The left bank was beautiful with grasses and palms. The right side was the two-lane highway that we came in on (the only road in the north). After passing two culverts, I was convinced that we were SUPing a glorified ditch. Haha. We went pretty far (I thought), and I was looking forward to the return--riding with the current and the wind. Nope. Once we turned ...
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