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... music and awesome dances. The cast all wore traditional Hawaiian outfits and it was seriously such an awesome show. The best part was at the end when, yes, they twirled fire. They twirled LOTS of fire. And threw it. And sat on it. And did all sorts of tricks I would've never done lol. But it was soo captivating to watch. After that we called it a night and headed home after an extremely long day.
Today a big group of us got up to go paddle boarding and snorkeling. ...
... the III. If you ever have the chance to visit either the ruins or the falls, be sure not to walk on the ruins. There are some interesting stories about visitors who don't respect the ancient Hawaiian holy grounds!
Our next hike was the Manalawi Falls, which was a big fat bust. Imagine trying to hike on a muddy slippy slide. For three miles. After falling down in the mud and ruining a few pairs ...
... that two and a half hours is plenty of time so don't stress. Ryan undergoes another tutorial in carrying a backpack through an airport. Cirsty wishes she didnt have so many layers on, Hawaii is hot and humid. She also wishes
her backpack wasn't so jammed packed with stolen goods from the plane as her purse is nowhere to be seen again. After joining numerous queues, cracking unsuccessful one liners with the customs ...
... want it - at some cheeseburger place having second dinner and the worst "pink lemonade" of my life. We made the loooog walk home and I have clambered into bed in the dark (because I can't figure out how to turn the lamps on) feeling pretty happy about day one! Looking forward to breakfast at Sweeties, and we'll see where the day takes us (probably Waikele for mor shopping, and definitely Hooters for dinner). Night night! ...
... had a spectacular view from our balcony! The hotel also gave us a frame because we are here celebrating our 23rd wedding anniversary. (Or as Jerry told everyone in our shuttle from the airport: "We are here celebrating our 25th anniversary...2 years early!" Love him and his unique wit! By the time we got to our hotel around 3:30 Hawaii time (9:30 PM Ohio time), we were tired and hungry. We went downstairs to a place called Tiki's that our shuttle driver ...
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