Kauai Banyan Inn
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... Our “All Aboard” time was 5 PM and as I once again manned the rail to observe our “single up all lines”, it became apparent that something had gone amiss with one of the HAL excursions, as evidenced by the anxious staff working their phones on the dock, and sure enough our sailing was delayed until just before the sun set behind the nearby hills at 6:25. It seems that one of the small vans with four passengers and three ships crew had visited ...
... there, but had no luck. We went and spent some time at their pool and relaxed before heading back to Hanalei for dinner. Around sunset, we went to the pier for the sunset and fireworks. We jumped off the pier as the sunset and headed back to the beach for sparklers. There were civilian fireworks down the beach and it was fun to ...
... or jumped into the pool for a swim to the waterfall. I decided to venture into the murky and questionably sanitary waters. I was pleasantly surprised at how cool and refreshing the water was. I waded out to the falls and swam around for a bit before heading back to the rocks.
The hike back was nice and in order to get back to our kayaks, we had to cross the river, only this time the place we crossed was up to my mid-chest. The water was very calm, so it was easy. ...
... beach where South Pacific filmed "I'm gonna wash that man right outta my hair" and got yelled at by the local beach homeless guy for "walking through his garden!" Saw Dennis foot 2nd toe definately looks broken, buddy strapped it to the one next ...
... as much time hiking back, partly I think because none of us wanted it to end, but eventually made it back to the kayaks. Then it was time to put them back into the river, climb aboard and kayak our way back to Wailua Marina. The kayak back downstream was a little more challenging, as we had a head wind once we reached the main river, but once we got further downstream the wind eased and made it a more leisurely return trip. On nearing the Marina I could see my Taxi waiting patiently to ...