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Princeville

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  • Day22

    Princeville Range

    July 7, 2017 in the United States

    Today we went to a place called Princeville Range to kayak, swim, and do all that stuff. We got in the car for 30 to 35 minutes. We had to borrow shoes for the Kayaking and trekking. Daddy already had the shoes that we needed so he didn't borrow the shoes. Maya and Mammy borrowed shoes but I didn't, because when I tried my shoes, they were uncomfortable. So I just wore my own sport shoes. We put on sunscreen and mosquito repellent then waited for the other people to come. We rode a bus to 🚌 the Kayaking place and walked through a field. There was cow 🐮poo💩 everywhere! What were the people feeding these cows?! We arrived at the river and listened to instructions.

    We got in the Kayak and started Kayaking! I kept getting stuck so Mammy helped me. The destination was a zipline station. It was so great! We also rode on a zipline coming back. We stopped for lunch at a pond with a waterfall where we could swim and jump off a big rock.

    We walked back to the Kayaking place and Kayaked back. It was better than the first time. We hiked back up a hill and rode the car.

    We rode our car and kept on chanting "kakigori!" Kakigori means 🍧 shaved ice so we wanted shaved ice. On the way for the shaved ice 🍧 we stopped at a beach. We swam with the waves 🌊 and splashed around then went to eat the big 🍧. Mammy did a handstand again!!
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  • Day11

    Princeville - no ordinary neighbourhood

    March 14, 2017 in the United States

    Going for a walk in Princeville can't be beat. It is the most scenic neighbourhood with it's golf greens, flowers, birds, ocean vistas, and grove of rainbow eucalyptus trees. We did an 8 km walk and stupidly we picked the hottest, sunniest, and most humid day! JS had to have an $11 beer at the posh St. Regis Hotel before tackling the return trip. I did a second walk on another day but John wasn't interested!Read more

  • Day12

    Flowers of Kauai

    March 15, 2017 in the United States

    I can never resist photographing beautiful flowers.

    * Plumeria - yellow, white and pink (which is used to make leis as they are the longest lasting colour)
    * Hibiscus - plentiful in colours of orange, pink, yellow, red, and two-toned. The yellow hibiscus is Hawaii's state flower.
    * Angel's Trumpet - poisonous if ingested but so fragrant at dusk

  • Day8

    Ka 'Eo Kai

    March 11, 2017 in the United States

    This is the name of our resort and you have to pronounce every vowel! We were fortunate in getting assigned a one bedroom unit that overlooks the golf course with the ocean in the far distance. It is spacious at 1000 sq ft and has a continuous wrap around lanai. The birds sing and the roosters crow. The first 3 evenings the resort offered free mai tais from 3-6 pm so we took advantage of that. We also get to see colourful sunsets from our lanai. What's not to love!Read more

  • Day12

    Birds of Kauai

    March 15, 2017 in the United States

    So many birds but difficult to photograph. The least colourful bird, a solid dark grey, had the most beautiful singing voice and preferred perching on the highest tree branches!

    * red-footed booby seen at the Kilauea Lighthouse Wildlife Preserve
    * nene, or Hawaiian Goose, is the world's rarest goose and is the state bird
    * red-crested cardinal is not closely related to the true cardinal and are plentiful, visiting us daily on our lanaiRead more

  • Day15

    On route to Tunnels beach

    September 22, 2016 in the United States

    With some panoramic views of the area and just beside the beach parking place this massive and open to the public accessible cave.

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