Hanalei Surfboard House
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... in front of me. The school have posted them 90 minutes early so we don't have to wait at all. He has done better than he thought (and is thrilled. We all get over giddy and break out the champagne ( I had one to hand just in case), call my mother who has been instrumental in helping Owen revise. If anything she is even more giddy than us. Great excitement all around and it is a real joy to see Owen so obviously pleased and relieved. Definitely a proud mum ...
... 1500 left on the planet. Therefore, they are greatly protected by federal and state law, by the locals, and by 'round the clock volunteers. Aside from idiots disturbing the seals, well-meaning tourists cause problems. The monk seals are nocturnal and feed all night. After a night of feeding (and a full belly), they collapse onshore to sleep and be safe from predators. They are so zonked out that they appear ill or dead, so unknowing people try to push them back into the water. To ...
Today, Sheila and I visited the Koloa Rum Plantation. Of course we took the taste testing tour - especially since it was Rum Punch Wednesday!! We enjoyed rum punch, white rum, coconut rum, spiced rum, and dark rum. We finished the tour off with rum cake with rum fudge. We came away from the tour very happy. ...
... of the original paradise. Our guide seemed to be one of the original hippies who settled the North Shore area in the 1960s, and his narration was half botany, half native Hawaiian legends.
After the 2-1/2 hour tour, we revisited one of our favorite dining experiences from our first trip here 3 year ago, the Dewey Burger at a shop in Hanalei. Next stop was another redux, a walk down to the beach ...
... and jumped in the pool. We were lucky to find a couple of deck chairs and I convinced Andrew to take his T-shirt off and expose his back. He did around 15-20 minutes. I bribed him with a drink to stay on for the water volleyball. I ordered us a Painkiller each which was the drink of the day. It's basically a Pino Colada with some nutmeg and white rum, pretty potent but oh so good! We took off and were sailing, we are on our way back to Honolulu! We were in ...