Garden Island Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for decent beer and absolutely awesome home made potato chips. Back home at the condo, we relaxed with a mai tai on the lanai and noticed the next door park to be surprisingly bereft of chickens (or to be more specific, Red Junglefowl).... no doubt due to the cat we saw wandering across the grass. We have seen chickens everywhere, but very few cats and dogs. Not sure what to make of that, but we know what cats and dogs would make of the chickens.
... the fruit we bought.
After loading all our goodies back into the car we drove around the island for a couple of hours. The scenery is beautiful.... Oh, and we found a WalMart - I'm excited as they usually have postcards and souvenirs less expensively than the tourist shops. We'll stop there another time.
Eventually we made our way back home, unpacked our treasures and ...
... prettier than the Grand Canyon....and not as big but almost...lots of helicopters flying into the canyon! Then we drove further to reach the top of that 4,000 foot mountain and look down on the Napali coast that we saw hours ago by boat...just as spectacular a scene! Home with Mustang roof down...how nice...home about 5 pm... Watched 6 days and 7 nights with Harrison Ford and saw shots from Kauai where it was filmed...especially the tunnel they ran ...
... with a skilled pilot named Harry who narrated the ride and pointed out the geographical details of the mountainous island. We flew close to waterfalls; even seeing a devastating landslide that occurred earlier that day.
My daughter and I both experienced a bit of motion sickness, subduing our excitement a tad but my husband snapped picture after picture from the front of the helicopter. He has quite a love for flying and this was ...
... we made our way up to the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” and it seems that Captain Cook took several trees from Australian soil to Hawaii including Eucalypts (called Swamp Mahoghany in Kauai), the Silky Oak, and the Norfolk Pine.
Our stop at Waimea was a large gift store which had lots of clean toilets. Next door was a small convenience store that sold various items including sandwiches so I bought two for us for lunch on the way.