Aleli By the Sea
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... while certainly adding many other new and exciting experiences:
1) Travel and experience Caribbean life (outside of the resorts/tourist areas).
2) Live on a beach
3) Snorkel with a turtle
4) See St. Lucia/ West Indies Islands
5) See the North Shore of Oahu
6) See lava
7) Hike the Kalalau Trail
8) Learn how to surf
9) See a bio-luminescent bay
10) Pursue our "dream careers"
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... to the beach. This beach was rather crowded and seemed to be infested with birds. Elise has a fear of birds and made a bee-line for the water where the birds wouldn't bother her. Unfortunately, the water wasn’t the nicest here … lots of seaweed, but it was nice to cool off. I rested on the beach, but started to get one of ...
... an oktoberfest on tap to try - we ended up getting a sampler which had them all. They were... not good. The Oktoberfest in particular was really yeasty like they hadn't finished it. The best of them were weak, the worst just all kinds of wrong. I'm not sure they really figured out the whole hops thing. The civiche was good, and the mofongo was interesting. One was definitely enough to share, but the shrimps we had in it were very fishy tasting and there wasn't much else in the ...
... and claimed a lovely palm tree-shaded spot on the beach.
We're not huge beach people- when we travel, we tend to gravitate towards the sights and experiences that are unique to the destination. And really, a beach is a beach; while lovely, they are everywhere. And I'll fully admit that as someone with the neurotic (well, I say "quirky") tendency to experience as much as I can possiblly cram into my trip (to ensure I'M NOT MISSING ANYTHING!), sitting on a ...
... 8221;, that glow in the dark for a second when agitated. It is a rare, natural wonder that you can easily experience while visiting Puerto Rico. It is best seen on a dark night. There are two different ways to see the Bio Bay, by Kayak and by electric boat." Due to never knowing when my arthritis is going to flair up I elected to make a reservation on one of the two electric boat tours. Wow ...