Aston At Poipu Kai
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We woke up excited to see the West Coast of the island and the Waimea Canyon, both of which we had seen via helicopter, but not up close. But, we were told that we should see the Canyon either in the morning or afternoon, as the weather would be cooler and the shadows and lights of the canyon are more lovely in the indirect sunlight. It was already late in the morning by the time we gathered ourselves together, so we decided to do some snorkeling in the ...
... vibe. They did pour over coffees, had a variety of non-dairy coffee pairings, and everyone was friendly and laid-back, but professional.
The Kuhio Highway travels around the western part of the island and up to the north coast. By itself, it's a gorgeous road, with some parts of the road hugging the beach and other parts of it weaving through the dense green jungle. But no matter where you are on it, there isn't an inch that feels like ...
... stopped the boat for us to enjoy the sunset. They served champagne and took pictures of another beautiful Hawaiian sunset.
One we reached the harbor, I noticed that my face, arm, and legs were coated with sea salt. It was a very good day on the water. It brought back memories of the time we spent on our boat on area lakes. We loved every minute of it.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... half a mile away, neither of us knew how far that was, but off we set on foot, with no designated footpath & cars going the wrong way. Well what a waste of time, market started at twelve and here it was nearly one and they were packing up. Very small & very limited. Started walking back and came across taxi driver having a snooze who, after waking him up, would take us to an address where they sold sun ...
It could either be called the St. Regis or "Out-regis". (In the best possible way). We are nestled in our room which overlooks the Hanalei Bay. The difference between the north end of the island and the south end is quite pronounced. It is much more lush up here and the amount of greenery is astounding. ...