Castle Lanikai Resort
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... being our favourite. The sea along the East of the island is always totally wild, with huge crashing waves, but with Lydgate’s manmade lagoon it meant we could enjoy the water and view without being washed away!
Other than beached, Kauai offers some of the toughest and most scenic hikes in the world. The ‘Na Pali Coast Trail’ is a notoriously tricky and often dangerous trail is the ...
... out the waves. We heard that this storm had generated 14 foot waves on the north shore. It was an unreliable source as we went all the way to Tunnels and the waves were very small - in fact the smallest I have seen on the island so far.
Took the rest of the day off. We are preparing for the Zipline tomorrow.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... weird ways", i ask no further questions in fear of the answers.
TIME TO EAT!!!!!
Dinner was lemon salmon and potatoes done in different ways. Sitting around the table i think to myself this is what family gatherings are all about, having a laugh, being relaxed and spending it with the ones you care about for an occasion that will last a lifetime.
The Wedding Day
We both wake up, well I wake up and low and behold Livvy has ...
... actually more difficult due to the muddy conditions so my hubby and I took it slower. We met the kids at our car and headed into Kapa'a, a beach town for dinner and some souvenir shopping. The girls feasted on Mexican food while the guys ate Bubba's Famous Burgers.
It was an early evening tonight so we could make our early sailing trip out of Port Allen tomorrow morning.
... very cool. There was also one valley near the end of the trip where we started out flying high over the valley, then circled down to see a waterfall up close, and then continued up the valley, close to the valley floor. I felt like I was in a movie.
The only bad thing about the helicopter was that the trip went way too quickly, and we were back all too soon. It was hard to remember everything we'd seen. Thank goodness for cameras! I had given my ...