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This morning as we were getting ready we received a nice phone message from our Amish neighbor back home. He was just calling to let us know all was well and the weather was cool and rainy.
Today we're heading over to Kapaau for an ATV adventure at ATV Outfitters. When we left Waikoloa, it was 84 and sunny. As we approached Hawi on the northern tip of the island, we noticed the temperatures started to drop. The ...
... less than a week left here. Back home after the good meal. Phil had written a poem about Mokihana, where we stay. This is the end of the timeshare for everyone. It is being managed by a very unsavory guy named Larry. We had a run in with him last year and now find that almost everyone has had problems with him.
AN ODE TO MOKIHANA
Tired, old, creaky and leaky,
Mokihana is listing and sorrowfully needy.
Before you ask….no, I still haven’t received my luggage. Haha. But apparently, there was a mix-up in the description of the suitcase. Shocking! Seriously, how does one screw up *looking for 28’’ black Samboro suitcase*? Turns out the number *28* is a code ‘they’ use for describing luggage and that was inadvertently used to describe my suitcase. So the lost luggage crew was looking for a big ...
We got up early and charged through the town of Waimea and in to Waimea Canyon State Park. The Canyon is known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Kauai (like the other Hawaiian Islands) was formed by volcanoes rising up from the ocean floor. The canyon was created when part of the island collapsed creating the depression which is over 3,000 feet deep in places.
We drove up to the top, took some pictures, and did a short hike on the Pihea Trail ...
... reminded me of what Ireland would look like (even though I've never been to Ireland.) On a side note, I went to the last gas station on the highway and got to pay $4.59 a gallon for gas. I'll never ***** about paying for gas on the mainland again.
The way to Polihale is an adventure in itself, as the final 7 miles or so were on a really beat up dirt road. However once we got there, we didn't stay long. There was plenty of ...