Three days before I started this blog, Colby and I got back from our honeymoon in Kaua’i, Hawaii, where we spent five glorious days and nights exploring one of the most beautiful places probably ever. Kaua’i is where Jurassic Park was filmed, as well as parts of Indiana Jones and Pirates of the Caribbean and most other movies that include some sort of jungle scene.
We did a ton of awesome stuff while we were there. Like, way too much to explain in one post. So instead, I’m going to split it up so I can tell you about my adventures in detail. First up, kayaking.
Before we left for Hawaii, we looked up a bunch of stuff to do on the island and this was the one thing we settled on. Kayaking up the Wailua River would take us to a hiking trail that led to a 100 to 150 foot waterfall (still unclear on exactly how tall it actually was). So when we went to our “island orientation” session on our first day, we jumped at the chance to sign up and the next morning we were off.
All the kayaks were doubles so Colby and I had got to row up the river together. I stopped rowing to take a lot of pictures, which apparently made Colby have to work twice as hard which also apparently contributed to him getting blisters on his thumbs that he’s still slightly bitter about. I’m just happy I have some awesome pictures.