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Travel Blogs from Kalaheo
... side of the island (well, interrupted only by the Pacific Sands Missile Range facility in the middle of the stretch, which is military and closed to the public). The far end butts up against the beginning of the Na Pali coast cliffs. With this outing, we have now surrounded the Na Pali coast on all sides by land, from our earlier visits to the the end of the road on the North Shore, the Swamp hike yesterday ...
... told us. After lunch we wren to Hee Fat General store for some shaved ice and it was sooo good, I love shaved ice :-) We came back to the hotel and ordered a Hawaiian pizza and ate it by the pool. The toppings on the pizza is great but the crust was horrible. It's soggy and was definitely not fresh. Great end to a very relaxed day ...
... shuttles to the St. Regis hotel to use their beach. There is a golf course right by building six which looks out yo the ocean, stunning course. On route to the town of Poipu to attend a luau at the Sharaton (Aulii Luau). We went a couple of hours ahead so we can check out other sites along the way. We stopped at The Fish Express for a quick snack. We ordered a fish taco and a roll and it was just alright, nothing special. It seems that they specialize in ahi poke but I ...
... The Kalalau Trail, that all the travel books/websites have said is a must do for the 'adventurer' type of traveler. It begins at the end of the road on the northwest side of the island. The roads here end on both the northwest and southwest shores as they near the heart of the west coast known as The Na Pali Coast because the terrain is too mountainous and rough for a road to have ever been built through but of course this area has been explored by foot over the years ...
... a waterfall pool just around the corner from the waterfall and jump in. The water was freezing but exhilarating, it is at this moment that I was completely refreshed. I swim around a bit and talk Melissa into joining me. I then climbed up some mini falls off of the trail to waddle in those pools as well. I attempt sliding down one little fall but my butt was too large in a couple of areas which slowed me down. After playing in this we continue ...
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