Merry Christmas from Kaua'i

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December 20th 2006
Published: December 21st 2006
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"Mele Kalikimaka is how you say Merry Christmas in Hawaii", is the first line of a Hawaiian Christmas carol which we have heard A LOT! I could sing it for you, but I won't. What I will do is show and tell you how beautiful Kaua'i is. During our first week here, while we had a rental car we explored the island and visited all the major spots. We have been very pleased with everything we have se... Read Full Entry

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Melo Melo

The neighbor's cat has adopted us and moved on to our porch.
Captain Cook Monument of The Big IslandCaptain Cook Monument of The Big Island
Captain Cook Monument of The Big Island

This is the spot where Captain Cook was killed by the locals. (The monument is that little white obelisk on the left side of the photo!) This section of the coast has been closed to people due to the landslides from the recent earthquake activity.
Cool Gold Dust Day GeckoCool Gold Dust Day Gecko
Cool Gold Dust Day Gecko

He was on our balcony. Unfortunately, I was unable to find one in a scenic setting. Sometimes you take what you can get! Recently, we had one living on the shower nozzel in our bathroom.

21st December 2006

From NON snowy 55 degree Indiana....bah humbug! Glad you are having a good time and apparently at least several sunny, beautiful days! Have a wonderful weekend and we will be talking to you soon! Hugssss
21st December 2006

Merry Christmas
Merry Christmas to you both! Have to say that I do love reading about your travels and seeing your wonderful photos! I am having a lovely time in Ann Arbor, although working too much. No snow on the ground for Christmas yet--knock wood! Take care, Angela
22nd December 2006

Ron and Pam, It was good to hear from you. It has been awhile. Glad to hear you are doing well and Hawaii is treating you ok. We are on Xmas break, thank God! Weather is beautiful. Have a wonderful Holiday! Jim
25th December 2006

I finally took the time to check out your latest entry. I really enjoyed the pictures especially the cardinals. The are beautiful. We are having a very quiet Christmas and I am enjoying every minute of it. Hope the weather cooperates and you stay dry for the remainder of your trip. See you in Feb. Love to you both, Nancy & Jim

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