Kahili Mountain Park
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... calm compared to some of the other dogs that we visited. The Humane Society provides a car blanket, water, water dish, some dog treats, and of course doggie waste disposal bags. They also dressed Tuck up with a sweater that said "Adopt Me".
So they handed us Tuck on a leash and away we went. Our first adventure was getting Tuck in the car. Seems like he didn't want to leave the shelter. So we ended up picking him up and putting him in the back ...
Today we returned the car, flew Hawaiian from Maui to Kauai and picked up another hire car ...this time a Chevrolet Sonic... something between a Barina and a Cruze. We drove on to our accommodation at Sheraton Kauai Resort. We drove back in to Koloa Town for a light ...
... me for being to dominate paddling on one side. We stopped a couple of times under some mangroves and looked at the ecology of the area. The mangroves are a pest and were introduced. They do produce lovely flowers though, initially they are yellow and after about 3 hours when they have dropped, they turn red. I took a picture of one when we got out of the boats. We handed back our waterproof bags and grabbed another bottle of water and trekked though a grove ...
... was a scenic drive it to Anaemia Beach, with marked changes in the vegetation along the way. where we boarded a catamaran with 9 others before stopping at a number of caves and waterfalls and eventually anchoring so that we could do some snorkelling. While the coral at this spot didn't compare to the coral at the Great Barrier Reef, I thought the fish did and the sea turtles don't mind at all if you swim along with them. I think one was really trying to tell ...
... lish! For lunch I had a very yummy mahi-mahi salad - soooo good! Yes, I had the fish! Haha.
The drive back to Kapa’a was easy, yet Skippy was telling me that I had low tire pressure. I am definitely not use to all these bells n’ whistles on a car….. I have driven Skippy about 400 miles so far.
The rest of the day I enjoyed lounging by the pool…so nice!