Banyan Harbor Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Golf Course
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Up early this morning, with an air of disappointment that this will be our last full day on the ship but there's not much we can do about it, short of stowing away, so we'll make the most of it. I've started to run out of a few clothes & things, so we took off for a spot of shopping before having to be back for a 1.30pm "All Aboard" Shopping done and back on our floating palace, we stopped of, shopping in tow, for a coffee and we met the nicest lady ...
... Falls, though we couldn't get close to them, we did have a great vantage point to view them from, along with the Kamokila Hawaiian Village, a replica village created by a philanthropist Native Hawaiian to ensure that the Hawaiian heritage and history lives on. I've included a shot from above. From the falls, we were driven through the mountains (which are actually extinct volcanoes) and the valleys, and shown some sacred sites that have some ...
Terry and Bobbie wore the t-shirts she got as a retirement gift from her co-workers so the girls could take our picture by the falls. The newlyweds in our tour group thought they were cute. It was soon time to head back to the kayaks. It was downhill so the hike seemed shorter. The paddle back down the river wasn't too bad until we got to the main river. Even though the river flows down to the ...
... It's primarily to protect the 'red footed booby', but is also shelter for several other native birds including the Nene that lives only in Hawaii and local flora.
On the way back to Lihue we stopped at one of the beaches on the shoreline bike path. Terry and Jen went for a swim while Christine and Bobbie did a 2.5 mile out and back walk/run in preparation for the Kona 5K on the big island. ...
... and close-ups of breasts he had amongst the sunset photos. "Who are they?" I asked. "Oh they're my girlfriends" he replied, "hot aren't they!" And so that was our welcome to the island of Kauai!
Next we met our homestay hosts - Michelle & Serafin. Serafin (born in Mexico, has lived here 45 years) greeted us stinking of marijuana. I mean really honking of it... He showed ...