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... luck as it's know as one of the wettest places on earth. I think that is just Rachelle's usual good luck following us around. We cooled off with lots of snorkelling and driving around in a Jeep with the air con pumped up to the max. Each time we stopped and got out it was like an oven getting out of the car, then worse getting back into it.
One of the things I loved is those hard to put into words thing about the local people and odd characters ...
... an immaculate lawn leading up to the sand … beautiful, amazing but not at all what I would call a natural setting.
Retracing our steps yet again, we headed back to the Harbourside shopping village where we saw Brenda and Al on the balcony of the Mexican restaurant … they said it was good. We hopped on the shuttle back to the ship, went through two more lots of government issued photo plus cruise card - sorry but I don’t get ...
... established to support the sugar cane industry in the area. The cane-fields have now disappeared but the town is a must visit over the coming week. Next we visited two popular tourist stops, the Wailua Falls and Wailua River Valley. Standing at the lookout your breath is taken away by the beauty of the area. Lunch was at Lihue Grove Shopping Centre. The local deli has won awards for their ...
... was close to the highway and civilization, but the second half went away from the highway, to go out and around a couple headlands. There were some gorgeous views and we stopped quite a few times.
By the time we got to the end of the bike trail, it had taken us almost two hours to go five miles. But the return trip was much quicker. We had the wind at our back, so we could use a higher gear and go much faster. Plus, we didn't stop ...
... 90 minutes later we got off at the last stop on this route, the town of Hanalei. The sun was shining so we asked for directions to the beach and after a mile or so we arrived at a spectacular bay. Hanalei Bay is the largest bay on the north shore of Kauaʻi and the town of Hanalei is at the midpoint of the bay. Hanalei Bay consists of nearly two miles of beach, surrounded by mountains. We spent about 3 hours here and swam at last! Then we changed at the nearby toilets and ...
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