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Because we got 30% off all tours and $100 spending money to boot, we said we would sit through one hour time share seminar determined not to buy any more....of course that did not happen...when Fred stood his ground and said we were not interested the guy convinced us to change from Las Vegas to Hawaii for many more benefits and him as our consultant...did we get sucked in...yes we did! So now we own ...
... by a shark and luckily he was able to flight it off. A few deep scratches, but no serious damage. Gerard finished our morning with a question and answer session about what we had observed. Recommend this activity as a must do when visit the island of Kauai. Returned to the resort and enjoyed a quiet afternoon. Dinner at Hanalei Bay then early night. Tomorrow is another early start for our helicopter flight around the island. Another special day in ...
... We leave Kauai on 18/11/13.
We went for a drive to Kilauea lighthouse. The north coast of Kauai is very steep and rocky - hence not many beaches and the need for the lighthouse.
Did a bit more exploring and ended up at a little beach, Anini, which we found yesterday. This beach is what you imagine Hawaii is all about.
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... Corie, Boys, M&D played Chutes & Ladder DINNER: RED SALT (Ko'a Kea Hotel & Resort) Crab Cakes/Shashimi/Rolls Didn't particularly care for the Boursin roll Saki (Rihaku/Wandering Poet) - 2 bottles! Nice après-dinner stroll on the ...
... was a bit of a conversation following that revelation! The next day we flew to our last Hawaiian island, Kauai. It's the fourth largest island, but, again, very different from the others. It's very lush and green with lots of rainforest. It's very warm and the beaches are great but, in stark contrast, the centre of the island is one of the wettest places on Earth, with an average of 450+ inches of rain annually. Needless to say, we have avoided ...