Road To Hana: Part One

We promised ourselves to wake up and be on the road by 6:00 am. We missed our scheduled take-off by an hour.
Our last minute purchase – worth it.

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Our first stop before the Road to Hana (or as our cd stated, R2H), somewhere would could watch the surf.. We are DYING to get back in the water.

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The first official stop, Millennium Legacy Trail Monument.

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The first official MISadventure: Trevor asked me to look towards the back of the car. There was a rather large stowaway gecko clinging for life on the window. We were about to stop when he vanished! Let go. Gave up. Flew away? So, I took this photo to remember the sweet, little gecko incident.

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Views along the way.

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“Finger trees.”

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Our next stop, the Garden of Eden Arboretum. I love the blue ocean. I love the green grass. I love flowers. I love nature. So, I looooove arboretums.. in HI.

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The Jurassic Park rock.

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The Haipua’ena Falls from the arboretum.

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Being cute :)

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Peacocks enjoyed the grounds.

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We had a great time – minus the mosquitos!

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The entrance to the Haipua’ena Falls we saw from above.

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One the side of the road.

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Love this weirdo.

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