The Grand Hyatt, which was the nicest place I had ever stayed, and then we went to The Shops at Kukui'ula for dinner. We ate at Savage Shrimp, which was quite good, and not very expensive.
The next morning, we had a guided hike through the rain forest. Out of convenience sake, we ate breakfast at our hotel that morning. After shelling out $70 for the breakfast buffet, we didn't eat at the hotel anymore!
We saw some beautiful scenery on the way to the rain forest -
Opaekaa Falls. Opaekaa means "Rolling shrimp, which were once abundant in the stream.
He took us to a second area that overlooked the Wailua River and the Fern Grotto.
And on to the photos from the rain forest:
We also saw some wild orchids.
Our guide made this flower out of a Ti leaf. These plants are used to make hula skirts.