Wailua Bay View Condominiums
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... have a swim and a short relax, but before I knew it it was time to freshen up and head off for my first Kauai adventure. While poolside, I called the tour company I used to book my Kauai activities, in order to confirm the Photo Tour I had booked for Saturday (25 April). Unfortunately due to me being their only booking, the tour was cancelled :( but luckily the lovely staff at Hawaii Adventure Center came to my rescue and suggested I do a ...
... Hidden Valley" waterfalls. Nothing too spectacular other then the location was were one scene of Johnny Depp's Pirates of the Caribbean film was shot. A quick dip for Roger in a river pool from a Tarzan rope swing and then we returned downstream in a large outboard boat, towing the kayaks behind us. Just like the Zodiac snorkelling trip up the coast at Kona, no life jackets worn! Life jackets are only compulsory for kids under 13 years of age in Hawaii. Back ...
... you have them on and they are scratch resistant and safe in salt water. Perfect for here! Can also give the thumbs up for Sun Bum! The only downside is that I had to walk round the room naked for half an hour waiting for the after sun to soak in!
It's lovely sitting in the room now. I have the lanai doors open (but the bug screen closed) and all I can hear is the churping of the birds - minor birds, Nene's, chickens (of course), doves and those lovely little birds with the ...
... ditch maybe three feet across but it was dug by the ancient Menehune which was quite a feat. The part we saw disappeared into a tunnel through the rock.
We drove further east and turned on Lele Road to go to the Salt Pond to bird. Well when we got there, there was no pond but there was a beautiful beach protected by a reef. We walked the beach from end to end and wished we had our swimming suits. We decided to go into Hanapepe because ...
... hiked through the jungle, including several stream crossings where we had to wade up to our knees. Thankfully they had ropes across all the streams, because all the traffic made the water muddy and we couldn't see what we were walking across.
We soon arrived at the top of a ridge with a beautiful view of the jungle valley. And then it was time to zipline! We only did two ziplines, one out across our swimming hole, and one back. I've been ziplining twice before, so It wasn't ...