The morning started off with Mike trailing running the first 2 miles of the Kalalau Trail and I jogged from Ke’e back to the house, stopping off at Cannons Beach to some air squats and step ups on driftwood.
After a breakfast of fresh fruit and Kauai coffee, we headed off to play golf. Kauai has some of the best golf courses and we went to play on the newest course, Anaina Hou. We had a fabulous time playing on lush greens and surrounded by beautiful scenery.
Kauai Mini Golf was a fun little course to play.
This was a great change of pace for us. I would recommend it if you are staying on the North Shore and need a break from sitting on the beach.
Afterwards we headed to Kilauea to pick up some more prize gifts (we ran a little facebook contest for our friends) and had lunch at Kilauea Bakery. We had a fresh turkey panini with a pumpkin carrot soup. I loved the soup because it was dairy free!! Ok, it tasted great too.
After that we hit the post office to mail off the packages and then drove down to Anini Beach.
After that we drove down the Hanalei Plantation road and drooled at a few of the houses that sit on the bluff overlooking Hanalei. AHHHHH to dream.
We then stopped in Hanalei, so I could check out clothes at Hanalei Trading Co. I picked up the cutest skirt.
We headed home to nap, catch up on the world, shower and cook dinner.
As usual we strolled to Tunnels to watch the sun do her thing.
After sunset, Mike whipped up a great little dessert, frozen cherimoya, pineapple, banana and lilikoi topped with toasted macadamia nuts and chocolate covered macadamia nuts. It was outstanding and refreshing.
Tomorrow we hike…but can’t decide yet where to, it will come to us…we will all have to wait until tomorrow to find out where we go.