Secret Falls Retreat
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... switching back and forth.”
“Excellent idea, Liz!”
We dance around my favorite piece of furniture from Ethan Allen, a square, heavy-duty, Japanese style, ebony and burl wood coffee table, and sing to the music of “Another One Bites the Dust.” Pinky takes the lead, and sings the first line, and I follow with the second.
“Run, run, run, my mummy’s got a ...
... a white rump patch. We saw a beautiful male, the female is more drab. We also saw Ruddy Turnstones at the last beach at the end of the trail. We stopped at one place that had been a Pineapple Dump. They used to dump the leavings from processing pineapple into the ocean by the train car load. Now that pier is just a great place for a magnificent view. It took us over two hours to ...
... lots of houses along it. When we returned to the highway we headed back to Kapa'a. On the edge of town we stopped at Kauai Products Fair to have a look around. I found some turtles to bring home for my Wild Wyoming Women friends. I also found a mumu to wear to the luau later this week. It will make a nice coverup for going to the pool this summer too.
When we got back we changed our clothes and got on our swimming suits. It said ...
... me exactly where it was and turned out he was friends with the owners. Good choice of a person to ask! Instead of salad Phil had their OxTail soup, a favorite of his and I had the Saimin. Both good but huge bowls! Still lots of time but took rental car back and were delivered to the airport. We ran into friend BeBe in the airport-she was off to the mainland for a visit. What are the chances of that happening?? I had TSA approval for quick check in, ...
... Sunday morning but regardless after breakfast, we took our umbrellas and went for a walk the opposite way from the day before. We ended up on a wide sandy beach which we later found out was Wailua Beach. Inland, directly behind here, stands the ruins of The Coco Palms Resort. Coco Palms was a resort hotel and was visited by numerous movie stars and was also the scene of Elvis Presley's film Blue Hawaii. The resort has been closed since being hit by Hurricane Iniki in 1992. ...