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... the Island's cadre of big wave surfers.
On Brendan's insistence we also decided to go to the municipal golf course in Wailua for a little time on the links. I was hesitant since it was extremely windy but I was able to be talked into it. It was a beautiful course and I'm sure this would end up being the most impressive muni I'd ever played on. It was, however, I was using Brendan's clubs (Brendan is like 6'4), ...
... t have much more on offer than what all the other shops sell in town or what you can find with street vendors.
Two more lines about the title of this enty. In the Honuea Hostel of Kapaa we met only Swiss, not only but almost. Maybe 90 % of all travelers were from Switzerland, it felt like being at home under palm trees and living closer to Solothurn - Bern than I do.
Enjoy the sun, I will definitely do this on my side of the world :-)
... t recall the name of it, but it was piled high with veggies and onion rings. He was quite impressed.
After dinner, we waited up for a couple of hours until Josh and Erika made it to the condo. We stayed up long enough to give them a tour of the condo, help them get settled, and then we turned in.
All things considered, our journey to Hawaii was smooth and uneventful, but we were certainly glad to be settled in at our condo.
... in front of me. The feeling only lasted about 3 seconds and I managed to pull myself together, but Nick noticed and teased me about it later.
There were some European hikers who were heading to the view point as we were climbing up. I felt bad that they had come so far and would not get to see the view at the end. We had such good timing with the clouds.
The hike back up the ridge was quite a bit more strenuous than the trip down. The clouds hovered next to us ...
... of the day. This will not happen in Maui. Hanalei is a couple miles north of the resort. I refer to it as the hippie town. There are a lot of homeless looking people with surf boards and carefree spirits. Hitchhiking is a very accepted form of ...