"Hawaii is paradise. It sounds cheesy to say it, but there's music in the air there."
If anyone were to ask me if I like Hawaii I would tell them that I have visited five times in the past three years and stayed there for a total of four months. I have visited three of the islands and my favorite is probably Kauai which is the island I will focus on in this post. There is really nothing I don't like about Hawaii other than the price of food at the grocery store and gas for your car. However, there are plenty of farmer's markets to buy fresh organic vegetables and fruit everywhere. There is nothing like the fruit in Hawaii I tell you!
During my first trip we focused on the nature which abundant and during my second trip the people I went with wanted to do a lot of touristy activities such as a helicopter ride around the island, a sunset boat cruise, A Hawaiian luau, and a tour of the botanical gardens. Both trips were quite different, but I enjoyed both and I feel like I got to do everything or almost everything I wanted to on Kauai between those two trips.
On the Kalalau Trail
Below is a photo of a natural geyser called "Sprouting Horn"
Meditating at Queen's Bath
Practicing Yoga on one of the many beautiful and free public beaches :)
At a beach in Hanalei using the tree roots as a cabana for swimming and snorkeling gear
The next four photos are from the helicopter ride which was amazing!!! We saw SO many waterfalls due to the large amount of rain the island had recently received.
The next four photos were taken at the Botanical gardens. In the first photo, my friend Sylvia and I were holding grapefruits pretending we'd found dinosaur eggs in "Jurassic Park" since Kauai is where that movie was filmed.
The last four photos were taken as we were sailing along the Napali Coast at sunset. As you can see we saw a beautiful rainbow after it rained briefly.
I would love to visit Hawaii again. I've loved all three islands I've visited including Kauai, Maui, and the Big Island. I would love to return and am in the process of making plans to return to the the Big Island during 2014.
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