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Travel Blogs from Kalaheo
... view, you could imagine huge rocks coming down and falling into the sea. I would not have wanted to be hanging out on the beach when those rocks let loose.
We enjoyed what they referred to as heavy appetizers as we toured the Napali coast. It consisted of pork BBQ, cole slaw, fresh vegetables, cheese, crackers, and fresh fruit. To me this was dinner. It was followed up by a wonderful Mai Tail. ...
... on telling real pearls from fake pearls. It turns out you have to put one in your mouth and use your teeth to feel the smoothness of the pearl. The man said if it was rough, it was real. If it was smooth, it was plastic. Sheila got to keep the pearl she had in her mouth.
The next stop was Opoekaa Falls. We found the lookout for this falls - pretty awesome. We continued up the road ...
... and the being surrounded by God's creation is so good and healthy for the soul! The weather held out gloriously for us during our stay on Kauai (it's a risk coming here in February, one of the wettest months of its year). Having these moments reminds us that life is fragile and can change in heart beat, so when you have the chance, fill it with moments that count, and people you love! Smile, and enjoy life... you only get one chance at it so make it count :)
... homemade cookies and kettle baked Maui onion chips. Yum! Then Kalona took us up another trail to the top of the waterfall (just an FYI, that girl can kick butt, she and John hauled our gear up and down the trails in saddlebags!) where we crossed OVER the top of the waterfall and then up a ten foot vertical rock wall and back over the stream that feeds the fall! Throughout the entire hike and scramble back, there was Kalona in her absolutely no grip, slick bottomed ...
... of a perfect trail hike. Oh, did I mention that our fearless leader also got lost finding the trailhead? It's so difficult to find a good trail guide these days from the lawyer community. They just don't make them as granola as they used to! After chilling for a while at our apartment, we joined the gang at The Tavern for dinner. While I'd highly recommend going, it's ...
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4896 Z Kua Rd., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $75
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3829 Waha Rd., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $103
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