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There’s a spot I like to go when in Mendocino… sandy and rocky outcroppings that take you down to the water level, should you choose to be there. Choose to, as it is surrounded by crashing waves, powerful in their … Continue reading
Once upon a time I got married here (that is no longer). I’d not have been free to have been traveling and experiencing life like this were I still. So I considered this a full circle closure journey. Shipwreck Beach … Continue reading
This is the super touristy beach covered in legions of pasty white tourists, surrounded by miles of resorts/timeshares (though nowhere near as badly as Maui’s south shore is… still lots of nature land dominating in Kaua’i). The beach itself is … Continue reading
Driving around the Botanical Gardens of southern Kaua’i. Bastards put a gate up.
The lazy blogger in me has me saying “this is fountain something or geyser something” beach. Whistling fountain maybe? I forget, but its central theme was a geyser hole and a marketplace. Well, for some. For me, the central theme … Continue reading
It was a grey day in Kapa’a, and Travis (my traveling friend) had disappeared, then ended up with the other half of our traveling crew, Fabienne and Matthew. I had a car and a day to explore, and since we … Continue reading
We had a gathering/birthday celebratihon for our second evening on Anini Beach. We heard about it through the coconut grapevine, ie Kara and Michael drove past us, and stopped. ie Kaua’i is small, and there’s one major road. You can … Continue reading
Just some random shots that I’ll crop later if I feel like making prettier….
Today I petted a semi tame rooster, practiced handstands (and inspired others to do so as well, and got into a bit of acroyoga/flying type of fun) and other such moves, played ukelele and again was very well received (even … Continue reading