Hawaii - relaxing?

Old Dec 28th, 2001, 06:47 AM
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oh now he is speaking the lingo "sistah". Kal I am also planning an annual trip. Are you from Kauai? You don't ever have an annual trip on another island? I keep going back to Kauai kind of have a pull towards Hanalei bay in August. But I miss volcano wonder what I am missing at the Old Lahaina Lua? And always lament not making a winter visit to gander at teh whales. Don't you ever feel this way? Just curious. You have to tell us about weather on the north shore on this trip.

Have a great flight and have a shave ice on me in Hanalei (little blue trailer). I also love breakfast at the open air Hanalei Bay Resort restaurant. Poi pancakes with coconut syrup and taro home fries for me please. Or was this two different breakfast treats mixed together in my head.
Old Dec 28th, 2001, 07:06 AM
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As for shaved ice, I'm a Lapperts man!

We're pretty much locked into Kauai-fever.
We live in No Cal near Sacramento so we're pretty close.Ha.

Our first few trips we split it up amongst K, Oahu and Molokai. Then it was just K and Mo...then we just got tired of packin'/unpackin' and plopped it right there. Plus we like the lifestyle. Still laid back...not too many people...Great local people.
Mrs K and I deal with people allllll day long so on some vacations we tend to "hermitize" ourselves.

We keep threatening to visit BI. I met and old HiSchool buddy at our reunion last Sept and found he's sold his business and is moving (sailing his boat over) to BI and we have an open ivitation...as long as I buy the beer. Think I'll get a room...cheaper!

Also found out my HiSchool counselor is now living on K in the Anini area so we will try and meet up with him.

Talked to our bartender friend 2 days ago and she said the whales are romping! I read where the no.shore beaches are closed due to 30ft waves! Awesome!

2 mo!
Old Dec 29th, 2001, 04:51 AM
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I agree with previous posts who recommend sightseeing as much as possible on your first trip to Hawaii. If you want a beach vacation to relax stay in the Continental US. You will love Maui, dont miss the Haleakala bikedown, the road to Hana, Old Lanaina Luau and all the wonderful activities available. The activities can be expensive but worth the money since you already spent time and money traveling.
Old Dec 29th, 2001, 11:23 AM
dan woodlief
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We went to Hawaii for our honeymoon many years ago and saw much of four islands during that time. My wife would have liked a lot more relaxation. When we went to Mexico many years later, I arranged the plans so that we had a relaxing day on the beach for each day of major sightseeing. I think it works well that way. Devote several whole days to just relaxing. Do the sightseeing in the middle of the stay at each place. Near the first and at the end, relax. The key is to plan to relax.

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