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Travel Blogs from Kalaheo
For starters, the group yesterday came back with a bad report. The whole group with the exception of 2 girls threw up, everyone got sunburned, tipped their kayaks, or had to switch to be with the guide. We went to bed worried and woke up at 5:30 to embark on the trip. The drive to the beach was about an hour long and we had to drag our kayaks to the water, which isn't easy at all. We pushed off at around 8 AM and had easy waters for the first 3 ...
... didn't get them dirty. Zack and Hutton went in first to scout out the mud to make sure there weren't any large sticks that we could hurt ourselves with. Then we all started making our way in and immediately the mud sucked us down. Rachel and I decided to submerge ourselves and it was such a strange sensation but I'm glad I did it. After, Jessa and I ran back to the stream ...
... bottle for Ben. Funny story! The night before, I had filled up Ben's bottle with water and placed it into the freezer for the big Kalalau trail hike. When I opened the freezer, I was saddened to see that I had not left enough room for the expansion of the water as it turned to ice and so the ice busted the bottle. Luckily we did not go hike that day and found another bottle for Ben! Phew! Crisis averted, but I will miss that green glow in the dark bottle:(
So much for thinking we might have a slow day! We adventured over to Hawi (ha'vee) today and made ourselves at home. Hawi is a quant little town on the "wet side" of the island. The highway system makes a nice loop back around to Waimea so it was great to not have to drive the same stretch twice! While we were in Hawi we found an awesome farmers market. We purchased a coconut and some carrots! That was healthy eating at its best. ...
Every adventure deserves a bit of extreme excitement. As our Hawaiian adventure draws to a close, Sheila and I decided we would do something extreme. So we signed up for a 4 hour zip lining tour with Koloa Ziplines. The tour consisted of 8 ziplines with the eighth being a 1/2 mile long (the longest in the Hawaiian Islands). We started out with our ground school at 9:00am. Our group consisted of eight people - three groups of ...
Other places to stay in Kalaheo
4896 Z Kua Rd., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $75
3726 Nanakai Place, Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $75
3957 Ulualii St., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $75
3829 Waha Rd., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $110
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