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... s Bath, where the surf pounds the rocks and where 29 people have drowned, mostly by being swept off the a ledge high above the surf by the occasional rogue wave. We stayed back from the edge, but more importantly kept an eye out on the incoming waves.
The drive back home to the South Shore was a frustrating ordeal of rush hour traffic in and around Kapa'a where we learned the real meaning of bad traffic. ...
... fainting and tumbling off the side of the cliff and I tell her that I could climb down and rescue her but I still won't have any water so maybe I should leave her until I can come back with water. I'm also thinking that my nicely torn or strained leg muscle may not allow me to come back so I will need to send someone else. She then starts mumbling statements about how this trail will not defeat her and repeating "this ain't no joke." I then start ...
... There are very few places here on the island that have air conditioning. You can only imagine how they sound early in the morning. We do get used to it but it does take a few days.
Beach day today. We rented some boogie boards at the Napli Kayak surf shop in Hanalei hoping to find a good place to use them. Ended up at Haena Beach State Park. Haena & Tunnels ...
... Oh...P.S. the thing that I love here is that everyone is Auntie or Uncle. So all the kids said, "thank you Auntie", as we were taking off. I also was given my first Spam hand roll and got to experience the local island delicacy :):) It wasn't that bad!
I committed my first sneak attack. With 100% help from Trevor, I snuck into my first hotel pool and hot tub. The Hyatt in Poipu is known to have the biggest and best 24/7 pool set up around. I was scared the whole time, ...
... had been surfing in Hawaii since he was very young. People lucky enough to grow up surfing in Hawaii have a perceived fearlessness on the waves that amazes me. Their comfort level in potentially very dangerous situations is very impressive.
We checked some north shore spots and they decided to take me out to Boboe's. I had yet to hear of Boboe's, but it is the next reef over from the more well-known Cannons. The waves looked pretty good from the beach, but ...
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