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It seems that the north end of Kauai Island has the greatest variance in weather due to the influences of trade winds and the huge mountains situated in the centre of the island. Mount Waialeale and Mount Kawaaikini tower over 5000 feet in height, nearly 1600 metres. The area is only accessible by helicopter, with roads only skirting the coastline for three quarters of the island. The mountainous area in the centre of the island receives the highest annual rainfall ...
... to the beach. We had bratwurst and spaetzle (German noodles with onions, swiss cheese and butter), and sauerkraut. Larry cooked the bratwurst on the grill by the pool and we ate at the table by the pool. When we came in it was after 8:00 and pretty dark. We saw these bugs flying around a streetlight at the beach. They seemed to glow but it was just the light reflecting off of them. We did the dishes and blogged etc. until it was time for bed.
... cruised in and saved the day. We spotted one early and swam down the reef about 100m with it. The majority of the other snorkellers had snorkel vests on which were a drag on them so it was the Timothy family out in front on our own swimming down the reef with the little fella in the end. We got some good footage on the GoPro as well. We toured the Napali coast which was epic..massive imposing mountains rising ...
... ourselves with the GoPro for an hour or so filming the fish and each other and then went across the road to the deli in the Brennecke's On The Beach building and got some shave ice. Whilst downing these, I started chatting to the lady who runs the Activities Centre inside. She mentioned that they had a good deal going for some zip lining..so what the hell...we signed up for 3 hours on Friday. Should be interesting ...
... 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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