Ole Kamaole's Beach House
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The chickens are everywhere in Kauai. I was told when hurricane Iniki came through in 1992, it destroyed a lot of coops thus releasing chickens. They have thrived because they have no predators and they don't taste good. Brady loves the chickens. I can't imagine the hell that would brew if chickens were running freely around Roswell Georgia. They run freely everywhere....the pool, the shopping centers, coffee ...
... TV: The Hobbit, Les Miserable, Lincoln and Quantum Solace (James Bond). When you switched on you could be anywhere in any one of them.
After it finished we went on deck to watch the ship leave Kauai. We were to sail up the Napa coast which was supposed to be the most beautiful - and it was. We were in the area for about two hours with everyone taking lots of photos.
Went to the buffet for dinner with Tina - suckling ...
I had been told by many friends that of all the islands in Hawaii, Kauai was by far the most beautiful. Having just spent 4.5 days on the Big Island, I had no idea how anything could top that experience but was excited to see what all the buzz was about. Occupying 552 square miles, Kaua'i is circular in shape and is in sharp contrast to the Big Island with lush, mountainous regions and beaches covering over half of its shorelines.The islands age makes it one of the most scenic islands ...
... serves up a large protected area for swimming and snorkelling. We walked the length of the beach but Sue was not encouraged to suit up as the weather had turned cloudy. So we decided to go into Hanapepe to check out its 18 art galleries that open their doors for a night of art celebration each Friday. We were disappointed. The town is quite run-down and the galleries presented poorly designed jewellery, touristy themed paintings and prints at outlandish ...
... a little rough. At one time, 5 people were getting sick off the back. Water was splashing everyone, even us on the top deck. But we didn't get sick.
We did see the cane field fires on the way back. These shut down access into the Canyon area, so we weren't able to go up there this trip.
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