journaling: You tell yourself you can do this in the rain, its only two miles each way, if not you can always turn back right? You hike to the first waterfall, Makahiku Falls and wonder if it can get any better, but you trudge on going through the guava grove where the smell of guava lingers long after you have passed the loaded trees and buzzing bees. You stop and admire the huge wise-looking banyan tree with its aerial roots that has names carved all over from other adventurous hikers. You come to yet another waterfall; this one is louder as the water free falls and smacks onto rocks and has undercut the mountain forming a cave.
Date: Tuesday, August 1, 2006 GMT Views: 569