This is the day we woke up at the crack of dawn on vacation to drive to the north shore of Kauai. We headed to Ke'e Beach - which is literally the end of the road on Kauai. From there we hiked the Kalalau Trail to the Hanakoa Fall. It was amazing. We didn't have rain (like we did last time) and we made great time on our hike.
We even got in the water at the falls - which might have been the coldest water in the world. That waterfall might be coming out of a glacier.
I was a wimp and was in the water for about 2 seconds.
While Darren preferred to frolic.
We were sad to have the hike end. I would like to think I was mostly sad because I was pretty tired by the end of the 7 mile hike through humidity. Luckily Darren was a gentleman and offered to carry the back pack. I needed all of the help I could with my balance (which has ever been good).
Darren being a gentleman with the backpack.
Our hike could not have finished at a better time - we were climbing into our car when it started to rain! The north typically has a lot of rain, while the south shore is a little sunnier. Po'ipu was a little overcast, but no rain - we were lucky.
We soaked in the hot tub for our sore muscles. And to remove some of that red dirt.
But we had to hurry, we had reservations at the Beach House for sunset. Unfortunately though - since it was overcast, there wasn't much of a sunset. However, it was still delicious. It was a little sad though, it was our last night on the island.
Outside of the Beach House restaurant and our kind of sunset.