Thursday, July 29, 2010

Kauai Adventures: Day 2--July 18th

We woke up this morning and while Chad went for a run on Hideaways Beach (up and down and all around) I chose to sit on our lanai and enjoy more rainbows while eating breakfast alone--I mean with the Hawaiian state bird, the Nene, who came right up to the table looking for some Cheerios! We then got ready and drove to Tunnels Beach (a beach that was recommended and ended up being our favorite) and the dry caves. Everything there was so beautiful and lush! The blues and greens were amazing!





Chad was convinced the waves were screaming his name and so he went out to body surf and brought back LOTS of the beach to the condo. He had sand in places he never thought anyone could!











We had such a fun time there and even bought a house. . .



Okay, well, we haven't bought it yet, but we are going to because of these views. . .





Okay, well, we probably can't afford it, but you want to buy it too, right?? After our beach outing, we drove back through Hanalei on our way back to our condo in Princeville and grabbed some lunch. We then showered up and took a walk over to the St. Regis hotel  to check in (we will be staying there the rest of the trip). We rented a movie there, and brought it back to our condo, for later that night, since there are no Blockbusters or movie rental places to be found anywhere near us on the island. We went back to Hanalei (you think we like this place?) to grab an early dinner so we could be back to read outside and enjoy our last Kauai sunset from our condo. Chad took a picture of me, little baby, sunset and Bali Hai and I got him holding the sun! We were a little delirious--all the fresh air and God's amazing creation!!



1 comment :

jetb said...

These posts are great! Jim and I fell in love with Hanalei....we spent so much time there on our first visit that we booked our next trip in Princeville. We loved the charm in Hanalei and even kayaked under the old one-lane bridge down the Hanalei River. We loved eating at the Hanalei Deli, Postcards and had breakfast everyday at Java Kai....can you tell that we love this place??!!

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