We started out in Oahu for three days and then spent 5 days on beautiful Kauai. Some of the highlights were jumping on a rope swing over a waterfall, kayaking up a river to a secret waterfall and taking a catamaran and snorkeling on the Napali Coast and last but not least hanging out on the beach with all 17 of us. Yes, we really are our own travel group (29 of us when we travel with kids).
In traveling with so many people you are bound to have a few mishap's and we definitely had our fair share, canceled and delayed flights, swimming with cell phones and best of all a broken hand. As many of you know, Tyler broke his hand the first day we were in Kauai while jumping off the rope swing. We ended up in the emergency where he was put in a splint and sling for the rest of the trip. Although it limited what he could do, he was a true champ and a great sport, thank you sweetie, I know it wasn't easy.
The best part of the trip was simply spending time with my family. I feel very fortunate to have great relationships with each one of my brothers and sisters and my parents. We are a family that may not always agree but one thing is for sure we have a great time together and I love them very much.
Tyler and Dave (brother) trying out new swim wear
Front (L-R) Spencer, Matt, Dave, Hayes, Lisa, Mom, Cyd, Cara, Stephanie; in front Erin and me
Tyler and I at Hanauma Bay
All the ladies at the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific"
The kayaking trip, as you can see Tyler was working really hard.
Hayes and Lisa
Hiking to the waterfall
The Napali Coast, was absolutely beautiful I loved every part of.
Matt, Mom and Dad Napali Coast
My older sister created a short video of our time in Hawaii for my parents, you can see us jumping off the rope swing if you choose to watch, click here.
Upcoming blogs, broken hand cont., moving to a bigger place and the end of summer.