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... to get to the canyon, but we found the Waimea Canyon Road to be more scenic. From the town the road climbs quickly, and within a few miles you are high enough to have panoramic views of the ocean below.
The first canyon lookouts are not formally marked as lookouts, but are turnouts in the road that you can pull into and get out of the car to take in the views. As we got out of the car, the first thing that struck me was the massiveness of ...
... beaches is by hiking in, boating or kayaking, or taking a helicopter. Because this part of the island isn't accessible by road, there is no way to circumnavigate the island in a car, which has led to the island being less developed and touristy than other islands like Maui and Oahu. And it makes the beaches this far north less crowded than they would be on those other islands. We parked, found a perfect spot on the sand that was partially shaded, then ...
... out. We got back to our condo at about 3:00pm. At 5:00pm there was a free hula show at the Coconut market. Sheila and I attended that. It was interesting. They played an Elvis song during the show. Not sure how that applied to the hula dance. Anyway, it was fun. We headed back to our condo for dinner and relaxed the rest of the night.
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... enough to pick up a slice of the legendary coconut cake at the Kalaheo Cafe. After the game we headed out for a little shopping, and ended up grabbing a Costco chicken for dinner along with a couple of beautiful slices of ahi for future consideration. It was a good effort for a forecast stormy day. However, since the storm never materialized we probably left a little on the table.
... to explain that this mountain was used as the backdrop for the first “Jurassic park” movie and sketched in the Hawaiian cartoon episodes of “Lilo & Stitch”
Livvy the speed demon is always itching to go at the front and when she gets that chance she floors it every second she gets, splashing water and what knows up at the unwilling victim who dares follow behind her.
An interesting part of our journey brought us to a rope swing over ...