June 03, 2003
Travel Diary Day 3.1: Kauai/Hanalei/JJ Farm

22.29 Hawaii-Aleutian Time
This will be brief because I have to wake up at 4 am to get to Hanalei by 6 am for the Na Pali sea kayaking.

I went out to the literal end of the road where 50 terminates because the Na Pali cliffs are too precipitous to join its other end. I also visited Dustin and his mother Jackie at her exquisite home--she knows how to live. Stayed for dinner. More details later.

Since the kayak trip should take the whole day tomorrow, I probably won't be able to post until the day after.

Now I'd better go carbo-load and go to sleep. Hopefully got some good pictures today, but haven't had chance to look.

Posted by erich at June 03, 2003 04:34 AM
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