Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. ~Confucius
An early morning walk on a beautiful trail yielded many great photographic opportunities.
"The Big Island of Hawaii has many nature trails and hiking paths. One hiking path on the Big Island (also called Hawaii Island) is the most child-friendly leg of the Ala Kahakai Trail. This mile-and-a-half part of the trail connects two oceanfront hotels on the Kohala coast, the Hapuna Beach Prince and Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, both managed by Prince Resorts Hawaii. They are also close enough to each other (with no other hotels in between) that it�s possible to walk on the beach path from one to the other. This is a good thing: Both hotels are lovely, and share signing privileges. Being able to walk along the gorgeous Kohala Coast, enjoy a different hotel beach and property, and sign for any meals, gift shop purchases, snorkel equipment rentals (even spa treatments) is a luxury. The walk itself is part of the Ala Kahakai pathway, a 175-mile US National Historic Trail. The Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail covers 3/4 of the entire coastline of Hawaii Island, i.e. the Big Island. From Waha�ula Heiau in the southeast, to Upolu Point, the northernmost point of the island in North Kohala, the trail takes hikers past all except the rainforest coast of the Hilo side of Hawaii Island." - http://thevacationgals.com/hiking-trail-on-hawaiis-kohala-coast/
April 8th, 2013
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