Day Seven: Captain, my Captain…

The Napali Coast - Photo © Carl Amoth

The Napali Coast - Photo © Carl Amoth

Waimea Canyon - Photo © Carl Amoth

Waimea Canyon - Photo © Carl Amoth

Today is our Nepali Coast Sunset Cruise. We had a wonderful, ginormous breakfast prepared by our innkeeper Eddi (female).  We then spent some time blogging and headed out for the day. We went on up to Waimea Canyon prior to our sunset cruise (which departed at Port Allen at 2:00 p.m.). The Canyon is reminiscent of a mini Grand Canyon, but with a more lush and green environment. Carl did a good photo shoot there and got some very nice shots.

Waimea Canyon - Photo © Carl Amoth

Waimea Canyon - Photo © Carl Amoth

Bev on Cap'n Andy's boat.

Bev on Cap'n Andy's boat.

Our sunset cruise is run by Captain Andy’s, and the service and accommodations were very pleasurable. There were probably only about 30 people on our catamaran, so you definitely felt like you had plenty of room to move about. The weather was absolutely perfect, calm seas, striking sky, wonderful watercraft. The Nepali Coastline is amazing and the history is very rich. Carl took a number of photos, so we’ll let them speak for the beauty of this coastline. The dinner was so so, but we weren’t there for that. We did see some flying fish and some dolphins…

The world's largest hibiscus is on the cliff behind Carl. Photo by Bev Amoth

The world's largest hibiscus is on the cliff behind Carl. Photo by Bev Amoth

Napali coastline - Photo © Carl Amoth

Napali coastline - Photo © Carl Amoth

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