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New York, New York
August 7, 2004
From journal Kauai: without the proposal, the wedding or the honeymoon!
June 3, 2002
Or, bring a flashlight! You can walk back about 75 yards, but this ancient lava tube extends back for hundreds of yards deep into the lava cliff behind.
Waikapala’e and Waikanaloa Wet Caves
Once upon a time the volcano goddess Pele decided to build a home. Twice she started to dig a foundation but twice she struck water and had to give up. This is the legend of Waikapala’e and Waikanaloa, two watering holes whose water is no longer clean enough to swim in, but which take great photographs. Waikapala’e is located about five minutes walk from the highway (the trail starts at a small parking area) while Waikanaloa is right next to the highway.
From journal Free Family Activities in Kauai