Makaleha Mountain Retreat
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Fly Like an Eagle
"Those guys are cute," I nudge Pinky. “Do you think they are the owners?”
“Let's find out,” she replies.
We flirt with the men behind the desk, and sign documents to rent a Jeep.
“Do you own this company?” I ask.
“Yes, we moved here two years ago, in 1978, from WA.”
“Where’s the best place on Kauai to ...
... was disappointing was the entertainment. Although, again, the setting was gorgeous. The stage was in the middle of a pond, with a volcano/waterfall in the background. So very theatrical. And they did have the standard cool native dances (Tahitian, Filipino, Samoan, and a fire dancer). But there were too many slow, boring hula dances in between the cool stuff.
By the time we got back from the Luau it was almost 10 pm, so we didn't stay up too much ...
... We stayed for quite a while and will go back when Erin is with us to visit the Refuge. When we left we headed west on the highway and turned off at Kalihiwai Road and went to Kalihiwai Beach which would have been the perfect place to swim. There were some of locals there enjoying the surf and the sand. We came back the way we came and turned off on a dirt road that lead to the public access for Secret Beach. We parked our car and ...
... sunny day. At least enough for a bit of a tan-finally. We walked to Eggberts for breakfast. About a mile round trip. Did some more packing and then walked to our beach, 2 mile roundtrip. Water was comfortable and we stayed in a long time. Back home to do a final laundry and pack all but what we need for tomorrow. Showers, then Phil took our ' homeless' bin out where they are and when he looked again it was gone. He had told one of the guys we ...
... I couldn't put a name to him even after trawling through photos on the internet. Cherie said that many film stars either own or rent property on the North Shore as they don't often get recognised there. She said that she regularly sees Ben Stiller on his bike, cycling along the beach path. Returning from Foodland we stopped off at CMP to watch the midday hula show. It had started to rain so the show was under cover between the shops.Then Cherie arrived with the children, her ...