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... to wait and see. She also said that there have been plenty of whale sightings out in front and green sea turtles feeding on the sea grass just below the unit. Already seen a turtle feeding but will have to wait for calmer waters to see if we can spot a whale.
Been shopping for some groceries and now just enjoying the sun setting.
... made Ahi tuna salad, purple sweet potato salad and fresh beets. Next was Hanalei Coffee Roasters for our morning caffeine fix (or in Lauren's case, decaf but it still makes her get the jitters!). We then made our way to the end of the road. No really, the road around Kauai ends on the north shore - it's too marshy to build a complete loop around the island. We stopped off at a bunch of scenic overlooks and a few absolutely stunning beaches. Our ...
The perfect place to celebrate my 30th it has been. I was spoiled on the day of my birthday with little surprises throughout the day. The first being some Kahlua coffee in the hammock as Ryan prepared a decadent breakfast for me to enjoy on our Lanai (the deck!). It was the perfect day to reflect over the past 30 years of my life and anticipate and look forward to what the next 30 hold And realize how many amazing people I am so lucky to have in ...
... to explain that this mountain was used as the backdrop for the first “Jurassic park” movie and sketched in the Hawaiian cartoon episodes of “Lilo & Stitch”
Livvy the speed demon is always itching to go at the front and when she gets that chance she floors it every second she gets, splashing water and what knows up at the unwilling victim who dares follow behind her.
An interesting part of our journey brought us to a rope swing over ...
... the first 50 steps we quickly realized that this trail may not be a very easy one and maybe we should have brought more water. We ascend the trail passing the early morning quitters that are older individuals that could be in better shape but are not, they fell out prior to the .25 mile marker. I will say that it was a rough .25 miles though and really don't blame them after going the rest of the way and back. But we do not see ourselves as being ...