Wailua Bay View Condominiums
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... I had the seafood chowder and then the New York strip steak with a mushroom sauce, baked potato and sour cream and beans. It was lush, in fact it was the most healthiest meal I ate all cruise which is bad! Andrew had the garlic stuffed mushrooms and then the grilled pork chop with apple sauce, mashed potato and spinach. Dessert was coconut soufflé and Andrew had cheesecake which tasted a bit non. We ordered a glass each of Joseph Phelps ...
Today is our final day on Kauai. We debated about going to see the Fern Grotto, the Waimea Canyon or just relaxing on the beach. Since we have been on the go for the majority of our vacation, we decided on the latter. We will save the other sites for our next visit. There is just so much beauty on this island, you could spend a week here and not see it all. ...
... and that it wasn't going to be a full flight that I could move to another seat so I could have more room. And low and behold...3 seats completely empty is were I decided to park it for the next 5 1/2 hour flight. Thank you Hawaii gods :):) After take off I immediately passes out and slept the remainder of the flight (I was tired after only getting 3hrs of sleep last night). Once here my amazing friend, Trevor was here waiting for me!! It was so great to see ...
... was canceled and I had to wait for a later flight which got me into Oahu, and ultimately to CJ and Drew's house pretty late. However, they were still up and I was able to sit around and catch up with them for awhile. They said the waves were really good right now, but I was a little bit apprehensive about surfing here. They live on the North Shore of Oahu right on Sunset Point, which is one of the world's most famous surf ...
... nearly every morning at 6am going to work and at 11pm was chopping coconuts with a machete on his balcony. It takes all sorts! We didn't leave immediately because as it was Tuesday, there was a Farmer's Market at the CMP. It was fascinating walking around sampling tropical fruit we had never ever seen or heard of before. Arriving at the airport too early for our 1.30pm flight, we drove instead to a small fishing port close by. As we pulled up to park, we witnessed an amazing ...