Secret Falls Retreat
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Heated pool
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... waiting vehicles. We walked out of the National Park and the size of the advocates that were in the trees and on the ground we massive, Andrew got a picture of me with one. We travelled for around ten or so minutes to a walk to our waterfall. When we got out we saw this is the same place they take zip lining. They have a stuffed pig, a cam net and some military gear with bullets jammed into the wood to look all war like. We walked down hill for around ...
... hop in his back, but I am not that good at snorkelling so just swam above him for a while. The trip back was much quicker because we didn't stop along the way, but as we were now going against the current it was also pretty exciting and fun as the boat crashed against the waves and we were repeatedly covered in spray. Our journey to Waimea Canyon started early (Richard reporting here) and Tom again mastered the road system and in particular the road up ...
... t think it wise to tire myself out too much. So I turned around and headed back, while everyone else went on a bit further.
When I got back to the trailhead, there was conveniently a beach right there to relax at. So I took a stroll down the beach, and then found a nice place to just sit and relax. And it turns out beaches are good places to do that! Even though I didn't have a towel, and so just sat on a log the whole time.
But there was lots ...
... 8230;.but the water is not super clear due to the fact that it is *winter*. I will take snorkelling over shovelling anytime, any day!
We saw these amazing Spinner Dolphins. They are smaller than a Bottle-nosed Dolphin and when they jump out of the water - they spin!! It was very cool to see! It’s almost as if they knew we were watching them, so they were showing off! I think I got some good video of this.
Once we moved around the island on the North Shore ...
... a smaller version of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. When we arrived at Hanapepe, the rain had eased so we stopped to stretch our legs and view the town. It was a charming little place surrounded by mountains, with a small church, little cafés, souvenir shops and art galleries. We spent quite a while here visiting an art gallery, a book shop and taking photos. By the time we arrived at Waimea Town, it was getting towards lunchtime. As the road to the Canyon was long, slow and ...