|Morning stroll on the beach|
|Hanalei Beach Park|
|Calm day, few people, bright sun|
|Sunset on Anini Beach|
In case you don't know there are a lot of roosters running around the island, so you wake up just before sunrise everyday. Being the coolest part of the day with no one around and really nice sun rises we didn't complain about waking up early.
|Sunrise at Anini|
|Campsites at Anini|
|On the Kalalau Trail looking on Ke'e Beach and the reef|
|On the trail looking at the Napali Coast|
|Trekking down to Hanakapiai beach|
|A cave on the beach|
|Approaching the falls|
|Pineapples and guava along the trail|
|Sunset at Haena Beach|
We headed over to the Wailua River to kayak, swim, cliff jump, and do a small hike up to a waterfall from the river. All of the pictures from this excursion are on the disposable camera. Afterwards we started making our way to the south end of the island and camped out at Salt Pond Park.
|Salt Pond Park|
A day in Waimea Canyon.
At the end of the canyon road we checked out some more lookouts and hiked the 8 mile round trip Alakai Swamp Trail.
|Lookout at end of Swamp Trail (~4000 ft)|
After hiking we headed to the end of the road on the south end at Polihale State Park to camp out and eat some dinner.
|Polihale and the start of the Napali Coast|
|Burgers at sunset|
|Followed by a full moon at our tent site|
Hang out at Poipu Beach and body surfed for pretty much the entire day. We spent another night at Salt Park Pond.
After a nice breakfast we went down to Shipwrecks beach for a short 4 mile shoreline hike to another secluded beach. Again pics are on the disposable, but we did walk around the Hyatt for awhile and acted like we were staying there. In the afternoon we checked into the Islander on the Beach for a night indoors.
|Living the high life|
We had dinner at a really nice place where we sat outside next to a garden with tiki torches and a bright moon. Sipping wine, eating Mahi and prime rib ...
Breakfast, beach, snorkeling, hot tub, shopping (Hillary at Macy's!) and the beach again until we had to leave in the evening.
|Waimea Falls - Roadside|