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We woke up excited to see the West Coast of the island and the Waimea Canyon, both of which we had seen via helicopter, but not up close. But, we were told that we should see the Canyon either in the morning or afternoon, as the weather would be cooler and the shadows and lights of the canyon are more lovely in the indirect sunlight. It was already late in the morning by the time we gathered ourselves together, so we decided to do some snorkeling in the ...
... in the United States. Making Hawaii one of our states is one of the best decisions the US ever made. You get the safe roads and clean water of the States, but also get to be on one of the most remote and beautiful islands in the world. I'm pretty sure we annexed them for the position in the Pacific Ocean theater, but we got one of the most stunning places on earth in return.
After leaving Kapa'a and traveling for about 20 minutes along the highway ...
... across the river. We hiked on a few trails through a group of large eucalyptus trees. On our way back, Tuck summoned the courage and crossed the river by our side.
Next stop was the Lihue helicopter port. Tuck, Sheila, and I watched the helicopter tours arrive and then take off. Those helicopter pilots are unique as they dive in for landings and go vertical on takeoffs. I could watch those guys all day and think it would be a unique career ...
... As we learned 3 years ago, these guys are LOUD and we brought ear plugs just in case needed for sleep. Local lore says they are so numerous because Hurricane Iniki in 1992 destroyed all the chicken coops on the island and set them free, but we've also read that the Polynesians brought them too. So perhaps a mix of both. But they do have a rather spectacular tail feather that curves over their back towards their heads, ...
After arriving home sitting out on the balcony a monk seal came in to visit, the same place as where the turtles feed all day. He looks like he was watching us as you can see by his head position.
Matthew and Lachlan went for a swim in the pool of the unit while Ryan and I grabbed some zzzzzzz's.
Sunset is breath taking as usual.