It's almost as if you've stepped into a separate kingdom
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§ Kayaking down the
§ In a two-person kayak, it was still quite a workout………used muscles I forgot I had…..hadn’t kayak for a good 2 years
§ A mile hike to a waterfall……mosquitoes, hens and roosters galore littering the way……..hens and roosters??? Hiking using the $5 dollar retro slip-on shoes I bought at Payless (in replacement of my ACG that I packed in my luggage)….not bad, didn’t slip or fall in the muddy woods
§ And then another mile back to the kayaks
§ The paddle back to the pier was three times the workout after hiking 2 miles: dealing with the traffic on the riverbend, upstream currents, strong winds, and the beating sun….
§ Onto tubing…….hmmmmm, what the heck is that exactly
§ Ahhhh yes…….a lazy ride down an old sugar plantation canal waterway while passing through some tunnels, which is what made it fun and interesting, otherwise, it could be easily overlooked
§ The tubing ended in a watering hole, where a late lunch was set up
§ I have never eaten SO MUCH turkey sandwich in my life! This would be the 3rd day for a turkey sandwich lunch………and twice just this day!!!!!!!
§ Blossoming Lotus restaurant in Kapa’a, a vegan restaurant…..nice, and that’s saying a lot coming from a meatatarian, haha!!! And finally had coconut juice…….there wasn’t a whole lot of vendors throughout the island, which was baffling…..or when we do see one, it’s normally closed
§ No contact with the airline baggage claim