WorldMark at Kapaa Shores
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This morning we got up and moving early to get to our excursion at 7:50. Gary, Fred and I went on a tubing the ditch trip. 5 tunnels and 4 miles of ditches we floated through. The water was brisk for the first entry in, but didn't notice it after that. I took video of some of the first two tunnels. Fun time with speeding ...
... went up to Deck 9 to watch the ship pull out. We had to go right by the "Grand Princess" which had pulled in and was all lit up.
Day 3: Kona, Big Island. We had no tours scheduled and it was a cloudy day so you couldn’t really see the volcanos well. Since we had good internet we Skyped Sarah and Susan. Then we went on shore to do a little shopping. We returned to the ship for lunch and then Skyped ...
... beans and hotdogs – our usual Saturday night fare. I have not been sleeping well here and same tonight!
April 6th Sunday—Not a good weather day, again. Overcast all day. We tried to go out several times but rain and/or wind sent us back to our room. Finally just did the laundry- might as well take advantage of the down time. Then a drive around in the hills behind Kapa’a and a stop at the Noodle House for saimen ...
... go see the Wolf Of Wall Street which had just released in Hawaii (it had been out since before Christmas in the States). I liked the movie, but it reminded me of my hate of the prevailing culture on Wall Street. I can't believe I once envisioned a life like that. ...
... enjoyed. We thank her very much for taking us here, there and everywhere and Andrew for allowing her to do so, in his van. God willing, we hope to return one day when hopefully it doesn't rain quite so much. Still, at least we now know why they call Kaua'i "The Garden Isle" After yet another gruelling security inspection including a body scan we could relax in departures to await our flight back to Honolulu. Farewell Kaua'i.......