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... on 27th May.
Only 20% of the island can be seen from the roads of Kauai. And some of the most dramatic parts are totally inaccessible, even on foot. So the best way to see the island is most definitely from the air.
We opted for a 'doors off' flight. Yep you heard me right - no doors!! This means the thrill of having the wind blowing through your hair and being able ...
... memorable moment however was when we descended into the gorge that lead to the Jurassic Falls. Hearing the music from the movie immediately put me in the movie, I could feel the goosebumps starting to rise, then the falls came into view. WOW! How beautiful the falls looked. But before we reached the falls the pilot took the helicopter in to land at the bottom of the gorge in a small clearing. Amazing! Did I mention that the weather was quite overcast and grey when we left Lihu'e ...
Recuperating today from our zip line tour yesterday. We decided to take a road trip to Poipu. Kauai is full of wild chickens as a result of a hurricane in 1992. Today we seen a chicken that had a particularly bad day. As we were traveling back to Kapaa, a chicken crossed the road. Unfortunately, there was a car coming and the chicken exploded on impact. ...
... they are firm believers in leaving the land in a natural state. We did see, only because the pilot pointed it out, their homestead and farm. It is almost hidden on a ridge. There is also a U.S. Navy missile tracking site on the coast that is not so well hidden. Access to the beaches can only be gained by boat. Of note, all beaches in the state are public.
I mentioned the lava flows to the coast. For those of ...
... on and had a fabulous dive.
The reef was beautiful and there were turtles everywhere. At one point, I was tangled up in a turtle condo at turtle nap time. Giant green sea turtles were beneath me in every direction, each with his head tucked under the reef for a snooze. We also saw many fish native to the Pacific, and I saw one very shy eel. Getting out of the water was a scene from The Hunger Games. I knew the waves were trouble. I knew I should stay away from the ...
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