Malaekahana State Recreation Area
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... precious foldable bicycle from Waikiki. Love you though :-). After enlisting the help of my female friends to tell me that I really didn’t need my suit coat in Bali (Thanks Jen Russo), I think I did pretty darn good for my first go around. Below is my packing list of items and pictures of the process. It took some clever skills (all acquired from Mary Teschel’s school of the roll and pack method). But again, for anyone who knows me, having only ...
So last night after I'd finished my blog up I settled down to sleep however I couldn't get comfortable. Before long I was in acute pain and I knew what was coming. Dais had fallen asleep but soon woke up to my moans of pain. I couldn't sit or lie still and she didn't know what to do and I was really panicked because I'd taken the last of my tablets. I tried to breathe through it but it wasn't easing like it usually would after a short ...
... us. Tuesday we decided to chill a bit so got ourselves a couple of beach chairs under a umbrella right on the sand in front of the hotel and spent most of the day sunning, swimming, relaxing and being pampered by the staff with food, drinks and ice blocks (could do this forever I think). Tuesday was also Wendy's Birthday and no better place could we have been to celebrate her special day. That night we had a Birthday Dinner on the verandah of our ...
... up in rush hour traffic. We showered and changed to take a stroll along the beach after sunset, finding ourselves at the Barefoot Beach Cafe. While we were eating our chilli dogs, rice and veg with flower garnish a little mouse kept creeping over to see if we'd dropped anything before scurrying away if either of us moved. Even so this, with a guy strumming the guitar, the gas torches burning and the sea crashing it seemed the perfect way to spend an evening. Utter ...
It was a hot bugger out there. I was packed and prepared though. After walking and easily becoming so enthralled in what I was witnessing I was excited to see the grand finale - a magnificent waterfall. I have to admit it wasn't as magnificent as I imagined. There were life vests, some sort of Asian invasion, and overweight Americans swimming about like a bunch of drowning frogs (no offense to anyone in any of the above categories, seriously). Maybe it ...