Whalers Cove Resort
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... off the living room/dining room area.
We went to dinner at this small Mexican restaurant, "Verde". They were lined out the door and the food was worth the wait. The portions were good sized with plenty of meat. Terry and Jen had the tacos, Christine had the stacked enchilada and Bobbie got a naked taco salad. Everything was great and the prices reasonable. Would definitely recommend this place if you like ...
... for a bit and saying that he hoped we liked the music. I wondered if he was trying to solicit a tip from us, but it felt odd to hand him money after becoming acquainted and if he were a street performer I would expect him to be moving around the beach, playing for everyone there to increase the odds of receiving a tip. So, we packed up, said goodbye, and headed further west, towards the town of Waimea.
In Waimea we stopped for lunch at ...
... the road, where we had to slow down to catch a glimpse of them. Along the north end of the island is the resort town of Princeville, which is filled with condos and a few upscale hotels. We passed through Princeville and down into the little town of Hanalei, my favorite Hawaiian town. It has a population of less than 500 people and it is small and charming with a handful of restaurants, shave ice shops, a grocery store, and a few boutiques. If I ever owned ...
... we continued cleaning out the fridge with lunch, and then relaxed and thought about packing. Phyllis went off to photograph the local one-legged junglefowl (a rather more impressive name than the sight of one inspires) who hops around the Prince Kuhio Park next door and wakes us up every morning, but he and the rest of the gaggle were taking a nap in some weeds under a tree and she didn't have the heart to flush ...
... wallets, cameras etc which was clipped into the back of my seat. Once off, we meandered down the river below some amazing mountains. They were massive and extremely picturesque. It was more of an effort to get our cameras out than not, so we didn't get much of a chance to get photos as we went. We couldn't quite get the steering right and I felt like I was paddling twice as much as anyone else going from left to right back and forward across the river. ...