Did you mean?Try your search again
Aloha-just got a last-minute chance to go to Lana'i in the AM...Excited but am assuming there won't be any Jeeps for rent tomorrow. Sounds like we can explore some of the beaches within walking distance of the ferry dock, but I'd also like the kids to see the cats at the LARC. Does anyone know whether there is shuttle service from the dock to Lana'i City?
we go to Maui this September. We are trying to figure out what shoes would be best for some hikes we plan to do.
The shoes we plan to bring are Brooks Running shoes, Keens H2 Newport Hiking Sandals, and flip flops
The hikes we are planning are:
Twin Falls: we plan to wear the Keens, as we will be walking thru water and plan to go into the water falls. It doesn't make much sense, to wear tennis shoes to take them off and put on flip flops.
Waihee Ridge Trail: Here is where i am not certain. A lot of post saying Hiking boots are best on this trail for traction. we are not bring hiking boots during travel. It doesn't seem worth it for a 2 hour hike. So I am left with the tennis shoes or my keens. My keens probably have more traction, but the tennis shoe probably has more surrounding support.
When we were at the Big Island
years ago... the terrain was very
different. A lot more lava fields
All around. When we went this year
The lava was broke up and scrub plants
Growing there. When it was solid lava
it was prettier and people used white
Rocks to write messages or make designs.
I was looking forward to seeing this
And was wondering if this breaking up the
lava and plants happened naturally
Or if it's sometime they did to accelerate
The ground being usable???
VirtualTourist®© 1994-2015 VirtualTourist.com, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Back to Top
|All reports are strictly confidential. Please explain why you are reporting this:|