What to do, what to do? Second day in Kauai and that was what we wanted to do, decide and plan our activities for the rest of the week so it was a somewhat slow morning. By the way, I gotta say that I love blogging about our vacations :). When we are on vacation I always have this perfect little plan of writing about the highlights of each day, but it kinda eventually fades
like this will probably will in the next few days so hopefully I can keep up! Besides writing about our day’s we also get back home with the plan of sharing our adventures with friends and family, but we somehow NEVER get around to it (we have yet to share our photos from our Europe vacation) so I figure this is a perfect way to share our vacations and small trips so as to not have those photos sitting in a CD waiting to be shared. Another thing is that I do find myself looking through my photos a lot more since I blog, so that’s a plus for me as well. Do I mind that everyone can see them? No, not really. I enjoy writing and I LOVE taking photos that I can share, and if someone can learn something new from my posts than that is awesome too! I remember I used to keep a diary when I was younger, but those little books are dangerous! haha, so I rather give myself the same writing therapy but by blogging instead. There are of course things that I prefer to keep private but for the most part this is my open book to our life and the many good things that we are blessed with. When I read back on these posts I am given visual reminders of memories and moments that bring me a sense of contentment and make my heart happy.
So, as I continue to drink this delcios Margarita… I mean, Piña Colada, let me tell you that I tried snorkeling again, however not the same experience as the first time in Maui, but it was fun. We went to the northern part of Kuaui to Ke’e beach. The weather was funny, it was humid, foggy and as we are there lying on the beach it starts to pour! Yeah, for about 2mns and then stops and sun comes out. This northern part of Kauai is very green and beautiful. It’s a bit cooler, but the sights are worth the chill.
Another funny thing is seeing roosters/chickens EVERYWHERE and I mean EVERYWHERE, so of course I took a picture of them and here it is… HELLOO rooster! 😉
On our way back we ate at chicken in a barrel, as if we hadn’t had enough of chickens 😉 Pretty decent BBQ but I wasn’t a fan of their brown rice. Have you heard of Yelp? if not, I HIGHLY recommend it, you can find reviews on almost anything! it never lets us down, so you Yelpers out there, keep yelping cause we’ll be reading!