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All the islands of Hawaii are volcanic so you are literally on top of volcanoes as you visit. Kauai is the oldest and hence its beaches are the finest as time has worn them down to perfect sand. One of my favorite facts of Hawaii is that all beaches are public. No hotel or resort can lay claim to the best sections. A funnier fact is that chickens and roosters abound like squirrels back home. And the roosters do crow at ...
... and ironing and might have a wander down to the St Regis after dark if the rain holds up. I guess that's one of the downsides of staying near a rain forest! One thing now the rain has stopped, it's led to a spectacular sunset and the mist over the mountains gives them more perspective. I just love it here, rain and all! Dinner tonight, home made fresh seafood pasta and mango ice cream (not on the same plate).
... the paddle. I finally lay down and swim myself to shore--I'm planning to go to farmer's market anyway and I'll just try again tomorrow. P decides to skip the farmers market this time and practice some more with the SUP--he's doing a little better paddling since he has upper body strength and I do not. So, I leave him at the river. He actually SUPs all way to the other side of Hanalei Bay and back to "our beach" at Hanalei Pavilion and has a great time.
... Canyon. The road through the canyon was quite curvy and there were multiple pull offs with spectacular views. The last pull off however was my favorite. From there you had finally reached the end of the road. You are now overlooking down into the beautiful cliffs and ocean below. The clouds would roll in and out so we would have to wait to get the perfect shots. Weather there could change on a dime. It would rain for ten minutes, have dark clouds and then in an instant...blue ...
... style gigantic marble fountain at the beginning of the drive into this reserve for the very rich and rich wannabes. It is organized around a championship 18 hole golf course, with luxury homes and hotel resorts running alongside the golf course. Too rich for our blood so zoomed zoomed out. Stopped at the Hanalei Valley Lookout to see an area of cultivated land along a river with taro plants growing in water ponds . ...
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