Hanalei Surfboard House
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... the front like they think. We went to the back of the boat. It was beautiful outside, we passed One of the islands in the dark, all the light were on the island. Andrew had another beer, I knew it was time for me to go by now otherwise he's not going to be fun to be around. It was 8.30 pm and lights out for me. I don't want the cruise to end but all good things have to end sometime. We decided that packing will be in the morning and that's not going to be a problem for us ...
Our flight to Kauai Island began with a desperate repacking of our luggage to make the 23 kilogram weight limit per bag on Hawaiian Airlines The large bags were adjusted to just under the required weight, but our carry-on was very very heavy. Might need to cull some clothes. The taxiing on the run way seemed to take longer than the actual flight. No sooner did the ...
... went okay! I would have loved to stay and chat with them but I had to get back and meet the boys for a our last night out!
Lance, Ron, and Brendan were waiting for me at their house and the plan was to go in to Lihue to try to go bowling. That plan was squashed as the bowling alley was rented out by a large company that was throwing a private party. Instead, we went to a karaoke bar right next to it and sang our hearts out. Ron sang some country tunes, and ...
... It was actually pretty lame, but it was nice to go out for a few drinks. The highlight of the evening was watching this older Hawaiian guy who had his dancing shoes on. He reminded us of a hippy who was on a bunch of drugs because he was doing the goofiest dance on the floor all by himself for most of the night. He was cracking me up!
... fitness machines, so I was just hoping I could keep up. It sure was tough!!!
We started on the trail a hair before 8AM. The early morning mist had yet to burn off creating some pretty sick picture opportunities. The views on this trail were unbelievable. As I said, most of it hugs the coast on bluffs high above the ocean that afford breathtaking views of the emerald blue Pacific Ocean. I felt like I wanted to stop and take a picture at every twist ...