Hey everyone. I came back from my Kauai, Hawaii trip and the island is just eye goggling :blink: beautiful. Probably one of islands I wouldn't mind living on for a year, but only if there was no wild roosters. Roosters are the ****ing rulers on this island. I actually once woke up and went outside to throw a rock at the rooster that was making all the ruckus. It fell out of the tree and got slap by a car. Then I went sleeping peacefully after that. The beaches are great with some nice snorkeling spots. I think it's the best island with hiking trails. You can go hiking for two days straight if you want. What was really nice about the island is the micro climate. You can be in the clouds staying cool in the north or you can drive 45min down south and it will be sunny and hot or you can drive 30 min to the middle where all the rain is at. I was kinda disappointed it was hard to find actual Hawaiian food or Hawaiian is the same as California food, because they were serving the same shit in almost all the restaurants. I did find Hamura Saimin and Oki's Diner though... Koloa Pork was awesome there, specially at Brennecke's Beach Deli. 1. Our Pilot. 2. THE ENEMY! 3. Our Rental. Luxury with style. 4. Lunch. 5. Best Friend. 6. 7. The View. 8. 9. 10. Our Pool. 11. Hanalei Bay 12. Clash! 13. Surfer 14. Lydgate Beach 15. 16. Gilligan's Beach 17. Spouting Horn 18. Hamura's Special Saimin 19. Opeaka'a Falls 20. Seafood Salad 21. Kauai Sunset 22. What does this cloud look like to you? 23. Na Pali 24. Kauai Coffee Co.'s beans 25. Mount Wai'ale'ale. Wettest spot in the world. 26. 27. Welcome to Jurassic Park This where they film the entrance in the movie "Jurassic Park". To get to here, you will need a vehicle with 4WD and hope you don't bottom out all the time. 28. 29. 30. View of Hanalei Bay from St. Regis. 31. Waimea Canyon 32. Kilauea Lighthouse 33. 34. If you are wondering what camera I was using... I own a Nikon D300, Nikkor 17-55mm f2.8, 35mm f1.8, and 55-200mm f4-5.6 VR.