South Shore Vista
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... deck six port side, observing the dockside activity. We had enjoyed a magnificent sail in and were enjoying the beautiful green mountains, white puffy clouds, and brilliant blue skies when we noticed folks streaming off the open gangway below!!! WOW we had better get moving!
Tour ticket, key card, and “Government Issued” photo ID in hand we disembarked only to find a horde of people waiting to get on “OUR” bus, The Grand Canyon of ...
... on us and we had a lot of uphill to cover. We stopped at the beach at the bottom to cool off with a swim. Tunnels beach, a beach about a mile down from Kē'e beach, was where Bethany Hamilton lost her arm to a Tiger Shark, so I stayed out of the deeper water. We finished off with dinner in Hanalei and I ate more grilled cheese. We played a group game at the hotel and all went back to pack our things. We get to sleep in until 10:00 tomorrow ...
We woke up absolutely freezing 3 times in the middle of the night, so the morning was rough. This 8 mile hike was full of varying elevations, which made it difficult. The terrain was sandy and slippery, so we ended up sliding down the hills most of the time. Luckily we had pretty nice weather, so that made it easier. The view was amazing once we made it to the top for ...
... from the others on the trail. It was humid and we were sweating like CRAZY! If anything, the humidity was probably the only part of the hike to the beach that was uncomfortable. Luckily, I had the foresight to freeze a small water bottle and my Nalgene of water so I did the hike in with a block of ice I placed all over my face and neck....awesome!!!
We lucked out that the entire day was pretty much clouded over. This helped to keep the temperature down. If the ...
... look artificial, the reality was even more so.
The Na’ Pali coast line is so absolutely rugged. Ancient lava flows forming ridges right down to the ocean. The original Hawaiians from Polynesia settled in the Nu’alolo Kai valley. There are some ruins and a fish pond, long abandoned visible from the air. For the most part, the whole area is uninhabited. The Ric******* family owns 51,000 acres on the ...
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