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... out. We stopped often for the views and to take pictures. There were several bridges over rivers going into the ocean. The whole way the breeze was in our face which was good because it is warmer today than any other since we have been here: 79* with 78% humidity. Larry and I got a life bird along the trail, a White-rumped Shama which is mostly black with a chestnut ...
... to the beach. We came to a place on the path where we could see the beach far below us down a very steep path. We debated about going down but the prospect of having to hike back out up that steep path discouraged us. We could see the Kilauea Lighthouse from the path.
So we headed back, got in the car and headed back out to the highway. We decided on the way back to take Ko'olau Road which is the old highway. It was very curvy and ...
... Napali Coast - the waters were a little *bigger*. I was fortunate enough to keep everything in check, however, there were about 6 or 7 people using the Aloha Bucket!
I met some really fun people from Arizona - Neil & Neli. Turns out they are also staying at Waipouli Beach Resort too! Go figure.
Once we arrived to the rugged coast line of the jagged cliffs of Napali, you can really get a sense of how huge they are and every shade of green imaginable. There is ...
... law Annie and her 2 children and we watched the show together. Afterwards, we took everyone to the icecream parlour and treated them all to a cone of their choice. Cherie then took Annie and her kids home before returning to take us to Poipu, a seaside resort about half an hour away on the south of the island. It wasn't raining there and we spent a couple of hours relaxing in the beachside park while the 2 girls played on the swings and slides. We couldn't believe it was raining ...
... boys to describe the surf breaks after heavy rains. The water around the river mouths turns brown from all the rain washing into the rivers and then out into the ocean. According to those guys, most of the locals don't surf at these times because the water is real dirty and it also brings the sharks closer to shore as they prefer to hunt in murky water. It got real chocolate milky at Kealia! Good thing I got my fill from the morning session!
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