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... hike in, we were awe struck by the beauty and power of this waterfall surrounded by lush jungle. But we didn't stay for long because even just standing down from it we were drenched within minutes from the mist coming off. So of course ryan had to jump in the pool the waterfall fell into for a quick swim..me I was content to watch and take a picture of him!
This hike left us muddy and dirty and ready for a cold drink! But more gave us a respect for the vastness ...
... or you were going to be taken away and sucked into the underground mound. So we kept moving and saying each turn would be the last to be disappointed that each turn continued on back up hill. We saw helicopters above thinking if things take a turn for the worse than they could rescue us. I then thought there is no way I'm going to be that person because I will have to be passed out in order to get in that helicopter so now I worry about Melissa. She speaks ...
... inhales deeply, “it won’t stay lit for me either.”
“What’s wrong with this stuff?” I puff. “It keeps going out before we can get a hit! This is crazy. We have the best weed in the world, and we can’t smoke it! Let’s smoke my regular pot instead.”
“Oh, this is much better,” Pinky smiles.
“Hey, it’s our favorite ...
... room had not been cleaned when we returned, so had to find her, and anger her, to get serviced! I joined Phil at the smokers table and met two gals from Albany, just a few miles from where I grew up! Finally back to the room to shower and think about dinner. Decided to try Kintaro. Japanese. Not bad, we sat at bar and bartender like a boring robot. Talk to her and she just looked through you. Ask a question and she just stared. But the meal was good.
Arrive for two days at Kauai We are on an excursion to see Wailua RIver & Fern Grotto. We boarded the bus with about 50 old people who are very slow. We are trying to be patient, we will be old one day. We took a large river barge up the Wailua River to the Fern Grotto. It was a beautiful place were royalty used to get married. It was ...
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