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... very cool. There was also one valley near the end of the trip where we started out flying high over the valley, then circled down to see a waterfall up close, and then continued up the valley, close to the valley floor. I felt like I was in a movie.
The only bad thing about the helicopter was that the trip went way too quickly, and we were back all too soon. It was hard to remember everything we'd seen. Thank goodness for cameras! I had given my ...
... back to the main road. We saw a Red-crested cardinal sitting on the same fence post on the way in and on the way out.
Once we were back on Kuhio (coo-he-o) Highway, we headed south to Ma'alo Road which took us northwest to Wailua Falls. Along the way we passed a lot of flatter ground that appeared to be fields that are no longer used. There was a wait to get a parking place so Larry dropped Derek and me off while he waited. There ...
... this one was fantastic too!!! I went will Neil and Neli (from the Napali cruise yesterday) and we met some other people from California. Our table was really fun and enjoyed swapping travel stories. Did I mention it was an open bar?? Neli and I even got on stage to do the hula!!! And the best part - we had designated transportation…..Sam, the bus driver! Good call. The Mai Tais and Blue Hawaiians were delicious!!!
... and then ran smack into a body surfer...I had to get out of there.
I moved down to the southern-most point of Donkeys to get away from my tormentors where I could be alone again. I was a little ticked off at those people who got up on my waves, but I was soon thankful-it was soooo much better down there. Left, rights, walls, barrells...it was another day that reminded me of surfing Typhoon Lagoon. Clean little peaks in the chest ...
... vittals to tide us over. What a sweet thoughtful girl. It wasn't too late so she joined us in our lobby and we caught up with news for a couple of hours. We told her all about her brother David's visit to the family reunion in the Midlands last August and showed her our pictures of his and her relatives. We also discussed his wedding to Julia in Bali the previous May and their visit to us in Greece last October. Next morning we woke up to rain again. Oh well, never mind as I ...
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