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... the center of it, so there was a giant hole in the top and a giant rock in the middle. As the tide would pull in and out, our kayaks would raise and sink with it. About 3 miles past the cave, we reached the beach where we stopped for lunch. This marked 11 miles of our trip. We only stayed on the beach for about an hour before heading back out. The current and waves were still against us, but it was easier than before. The last 7 miles weren't ...
Soon after we arrived in Koke'e State Park, we left for a brief hike. At the top, we couldn't see very well because the clouds were very thick and low so the canyon wasn't visible. We got to play with our echoes and that was cool to hear. After that, we just had free time by the cabins. The cabins are not nice at all, and we don't have sheets or towels because the maid didn't finish cleaning. We spent the night out near a shady area playing random games and sitting in ...
... bit more sketchy and precarious. The rocks were solid and did not move. Many were so well-trodden that they were worn to a smooth finish. Add in the element of mud and jumping from rock to rock now poses alternate endings to the adventure of crossing a stream! It can take a nasty turn quickly where you are the proud owner of wet-logged hiking shoes! Fortunately, neither of us slipped. There were a few times I had to find a different way to get to where Ben was standing ...
... definitely a rare occasion to be celebrated when you do. I had no idea, so when I saw one I decided to swim down to tag along with the reef shark that seemed to pop out of nowhere. We were a little concerned to see him as active as he was in the middle of the day, especially circling. The shark decided to move on his merry way and we reveled in having his company, however brief it was. We said goodbye to all of our new friends on the beach and headed to Lava Lava where we capped ...
... and nodding to unheard song. Instead, his face was twisted into a pained grimace. Because he was near to me and far from the side of the boat, I alerted one of the boat guys. We heard Dagwood answer "maybe" to the question of "are you going to throw up," and immediately Dagwood was led, with that enormous sandwich surely rumbling in his stomach, to the back of the boat for some wind & surf cognizant puking. Once the threat of puke on the deck was removed, I ordered another beer. ...
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