Aston At Poipu Kai
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... overlook gave us the best view of the deep narrow part of the canyon. We spent quite a while there just taking in the gorgeous view and trying to capture it in a picture, not possible. Shortly after the Lookout we stopped at Pu'u Ka Pele Picnic Area for lunch. We waited a few minutes for a table and then had our sandwiches and chips. Across the road was a lookout where you could see Waipo'o Falls down in the canyon. Our next stop was ...
... the clouds and dropping straight down into the ocean. The skipper Bernard narrated the cruise and filled us in with all the important facts and Hawaiian history. We had a barbecue lunch of extra large cheeseburgers and beer/ginger ale which was filling and then made our way back to port, stopping a couple of times to look at more spinner dolphins. Amongst one pod there was a baby spinner dolphin trying to do ...
... ourselves with the GoPro for an hour or so filming the fish and each other and then went across the road to the deli in the Brennecke's On The Beach building and got some shave ice. Whilst downing these, I started chatting to the lady who runs the Activities Centre inside. She mentioned that they had a good deal going for some zip lining..so what the hell...we signed up for 3 hours on Friday. Should be interesting ...
On Thursday we checked out of our rental on the north shore and headed to Poipu, on the south shore. Our rental here wasn't available until Friday, so we checked into the Sheraton resort for one night, and were excited to be upgraded to an oceanfront room. We had a balcony with an incredible view of the beach and the sunset. This worked out great as it provided an ideal spot to eat dinner (takeout from a really good restaurant nearby, thanks to Eric! - including lobster wontons, wild ...
... throw all our stuff in the back of the car and off we go. Unfortunately, the trunk of the car wasn't able to be unlocked or opened, so it meant that we more or less climed into the car once or twice a day to get some things from the back. As our plan was to camp we of course had not only one bag.
We went on a raft trip to the Na Pali Coast which was awesome! We got to see turtles and many dolphins. Some of them were excited and jumped just next ...