Banyan Harbor Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Golf Course
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Today, I really squeezed money out of my pocket to do a helicopter flight over and around Kauai, the Garden Island of Hawaii. Over 60 movies were shot on this island such as Jurassic Park, The Descendants and Six Days Seven Nights. Most of the island is not accessable via car. There are great hiking trails, though...like the one I partially walked yesterday. Tomorrow, more hiking to come.
The flight was awesome and really worth the money. I would do it anytime again!
... bag with us from home and have it today.
There are fruits, flowers, veggies, local coffee, food trucks and a humane society tent. There are handmade jewelry tents, a woman weaving palm fronds into gorgeous baskets, local honey and eggs. Organic, non GMO and "picked this morning"
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... and wind and weather! The sails went up for half an hour allowing us to take pictures and just relax. Then we headed back down the coast to our snorkel spot. Yes I went snorkelling...no coral to speak of but quite a few fish...mostly black and blue and spotted brown...but was lovely to cool off! Lunch was then served followed by wine and Mai Tai's.....they really looked after us! We boarded ship at 7:30am and were back in port at ...
... br> Our condo was considerately stocked with everything we needed to make our meals complete. Soon everyone was awake and I made breakfast enjoyed together overlooking the pool; listening to the wild roosters beginning the day.
The quiet morning passed and soon we readied ourselves to leave for our BIG ADVENTURE!
There is only one way to 90% of the island of Kauai....BY AIR!
We had reservations with Jack ...
... the island and in recent years, their numbers have dwindled from 250 to about 130 or so. She said that the island is owned by non “full blood” Hawaiians and that the “full blood” Hawaiians have the right to live there. Apparently they live traditionally – no electricity, phones, vehicles, petrol etc etc. Lisa said their housing is a modern concession but other than that, other matters are traditional. She also told us that the children can go to ...