WorldMark at Kapaa Shores
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... overheating. Eventually we got going again and a mechanic caught up to us on a raft and fixed the problem. Once we reached Napali, it was off the boat for some snorkeling. Unfortunately it was a quiet day fish-wise. But we did see a few little gray fish. And it was great to be in the ocean under the cliffs that plunged down into the water. They are are the second highest sea cliffs in the ...
... our phones on to get everything updated; then we called friends and family to catch up. Found a Starbucks with FREE Internet two blocks away and spent over an hour there catching up on a lot of things. I was able to upload a long blog entry so I am caught up for now. Then we stopped at a CVS and restocked on a few things before we returned to the ship. We did consider getting back off and doing a Hop on Hop ...
... so much rain that the water pours out of the porous rock so the wall of the crater appears to weep. When we flew back out the canyon we crossed some more farm land and before we knew it we were back in Lihue and landing. It was a tremendous adventure with the wind whipping through the helicopter and being sometimes close to the ground and sometimes at 4000 ft. going over a mountain. And all the while nothing beside you but air. When we got out ...
... weren't cleared yet. Larry had a pancake sandwich with ham and cheese, Derek had pigs in a pancake blanket. They had maple syrup and coconut syrup which Derek said tasted like cake icing. I had a ham and cheese omelet. All of the food was good.
Our next stop was Costco! We drove to Lihue, about 15 minutes to get there. Right inside the door were snorkel equipment, beach towels, coolers, beach chairs etc. There were lots of Hawaiian ...
... Whales, Tuna, Tiger Sharks, and everything in between. It was pretty neat being right on the edge of that and staring into the dark blue abyss.
After snorkeling and lunch, the boat took us a little closer to Ni'ihau but not near as close as I wanted. I was under the incorrect impression that we were actually going to land on the island and check it out, but I was mistaken. Ni'i'hau is inhabited by a small group of natives that forbid outsiders ...