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... often traffic jams at the river crossings. The red mud would kick up and be on our legs and it actually stained our skin red! No wonder it was used as a dye for the red dirt tshirts sold here.
When we got to the waterfall, we jumped into the FRIGID waters and made our way to the falls. The rocks in the lake were SLICK, but we noticed that the water got a little shallower and warmer under the falls itself. We were able to sit on rocks and enjoy the cooling of the ...
... of the Hawaiian islands. There was also a stop along the train ride, to feed the semi-wild pigs and goats; other inhabitants of the island, but in much smaller numbers when compared to the wild chickens and roosters, which apparently are well in excess of 2 million now!! Chickens and Roosters appear pretty much everywhere around the island; from outside shops to in the most remote areas. You get used to seeing them. Although I have to say it was strange waking to crow of a rooster at ...
... that right now so that kinda sucks because it's everywhere on this island. Also, it's only takeout, there's no eating area. I wouldn't go back unless I wanted to try ahi poke. We drove to see the Spouting Horn which was just alright, nothing special and ate our takeout. The takeout was disappointing. So the luau, it's set outdoor on the beach so that was really special for us because I have always wanted a beach luau. There wasn't a live pig ceremony but the food was so ...
... Horn to take a few pics and have a look at the stalls. On the way back, I stopped off at Kukui'ula Small Boat Harbour. Never stopped off there before. I went for a walk on the beach and had to laugh at a dog there. His owner kept throwing a ball into the sea, but the clever dog, just waited until until the waves brought it in. He did like to swim in the sea though. You can still see Spouting Horn from the beach (look closely at the photo). There were a couple ...
... a time of celebration and reuniting. The story told of the Polynesian peoples' journey by long canoe and the stars from Tahiti to Hawaii. The cultural costumes were brilliantly coloured, decorated with feathers and beads. The dancers and fire dancers amazing. Met a lovely group of people on our table. Jaclyn and Randy, a gorgeous young couple who were celebrating their honeymoon. Another lady at the ...