Pahio at Shearwater
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... and went to the Avis rental center to grab our vehicle which took 45 minutes! We rented a Chevy Equinox which was very nice and really roomy on the inside. Our hotel, the Westin Princeville, is about a 1 hour drive from the airport on the north shore of Kauai. The room we booked is a studio apartment complete with a kitchen, stove, etc. so we decided to go to Walmart in Lihue to stock up so we didn't have to pay crazy resort prices for certain ...
... As Monty Python.) After lunch, we walked briefly on the beach, until the rain came. Then we drove to the condo, which is quite lovely.
After relaxing a bit (and answering email), we drove to the end of the road and hiked for a while on the Kalalau Trail. It was definitely slow going, although not as slow as the signs indicated. It was rocky and muddy, but the views are spectacular. As we didn't leave the trailhead until 4pm, we could not walk too far, but we did make ...
... crosses the Hanapepe river. We can now check that one off our list.
On our way back to the condo, we stopped at Poipu Beach Park. We got the snorkel equipment on and went to explore the rock reef at the beach. We seen a lot of fish, many bigger than we have before. We finished snorkeling and headed back to the condo.
We spent an hour in the pool before retiring back to the condo for dinner.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... out local arts and crafts. Then on to the Dolphin Restaurant for Ono salad and Dolphin Poke. Delicious. The restaurant sits on a river lined with Hau trees. Headed back to the apartment to get ready for the wedding. What a great first day! The wedding was stunning - set at the St. Regis Resort on the beach, with white leis hanging from the trees at sunset. Constance and Larry were so happy ...
... better, ended amazingly with amazing company.
Tomorrow we have tubing down an old plantation canal under mountains and through the Hawaiian countryside so that should be exciting (Liv is going on about how many pancakes she is going to eat tomorrow prepped by the chef. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED). Peace.
Tubing Tunnels Of Terror….For Liv
Today was a day in which Faye booked so that after the wedding we could relax and unwind while ...