17 Palms Kauai
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The day started off beautifully with a stunning pink and orange sunrise. Then the clouds and rain rolled in. We worried that it would scuttle our plans to hike, but we decided to take a chance on the east side of the island being drier, as it's known to be. We packed up the jeep and headed out with Cliff navigating. The day brightened the minute was got to Kapa'a, only to dash our hopes for staying dry once we got out of the ...
... Andrew loved it too, we both went up. Normally we wouldn't do things like that but there was too much hesitation at all. I took picture of him at the base of the falls, he really enjoyed himself which was good to see. We walked back up, it really didn't take too long and was the most activity I have down on this cruise! They had lunch ready for us, a range of sandwiches, chips and a drink. I had Turkey, Andrew had the roast beef. The drinks were ...
... a time of celebration and reuniting. The story told of the Polynesian peoples' journey by long canoe and the stars from Tahiti to Hawaii. The cultural costumes were brilliantly coloured, decorated with feathers and beads. The dancers and fire dancers amazing. Met a lovely group of people on our table. Jaclyn and Randy, a gorgeous young couple who were celebrating their honeymoon. Another lady at the ...
Man the waves were fun this day...man the waves were fun this day...MAN THE WAVES WERE FUN THIS DAY!!! I surfed an early session at Kealia. It was a little chocolate milky but not too bad there were plenty of people in the water. The waves in the morning there were just so so. When I pulled up, I saw a sick barreling left that I was frothing over...so much so that I ran back to the house and told Brendan he needs to come out...the waves were firing! ...
... had been 3 years since we'd last seen Cherie in NZ, where she was born and when Eden was just a few weeks old and Eva a toddler. Andrew left us for a couple of hours as he had a pick up with his shuttle bus. There certainly wasn't a dull moment with the talkative confident Eva singing and dancing for us, Eden the quieter demure one taking a real shine to Uwe and chasing after bonny easy qoing Ezra who had been walking since he was 11 months old. Eventually, our room was ready and ...