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The Hawaiian Islands are the most remote landmass in the world, and made up of a huge chain of atolls and islets that stretch out for over thirteen hundred miles of the Pacific ocean. Kauai is the forth largest island in the chain. Mount Waialeale, which is in the center island is called the “wettest spot on the earth”; it receives 425 inches of rainfall each year on its peak. Seven beautiful rivers wind their way down the mountain top through lush tropical jungles to the sea. The island’s beautiful green valleys, the mountains of Kokee, and the NaPali coastline, give the island its nickname, “The Garden Island.”

When I was on the island my day job as a Landscape Architect with the largest landscape firm in the islands led me to me many interesting places and took me behind many doors that might have otherwise have been closed. My clientele ranged from local to from all over the world: Hawaii, Honk Kong, Japan, Australia, Canada, the United States and Hollywood. Those experiences were the basis of many of these tales.

The stories in this book encompass a wide variety of events and island happenings that can’t be found in any travel guide. My hope is that the book will give you a glimpse of Island life and after having read it that you will feel that you have been to the island.

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