Yes. I skipped Day 6. Why? We were so freaking sore from our Day 5 hike that we could barely walk anywhere. So we chilled. I don't even remember what we did at all. We probably hung out at the beach or something totally awesome like that. Because we're totally awesome. Like that.
Day 7 was incredible. Yet also incredibly vomit-inducing.
We went on a zodiac/boating tour of the Na Pali Coast.
One word: breathtaking.
But first, some freaking cuteness. Dolphins!
On the way out, we saw this pod of about 30 Spinner Dolphins, just swimming right alongside our boat.
Our guide told us that they were actually probably sleep-swimming. Crazy, eh?
Aren't they so adorable? I think some of them were obviously awake, since they were jumping up in the air and spinning. Because if I were going to be up in the air and spinning, I'd definitely have to be awake.
About an hour into our ride, we get our first view of the oh so UH-mazing coastline.
And since it's my M.O., I took loads of pictures.
I know, right? Just gorgeous.
And Justin was looking super cool his Top Gun sunglasses. I kept calling him Maverick.
And since I have, like, the best luck ever, earlier that week there had been an unusual storm swelling in the north, which means that this particular day there were freakishly large waves tossing and turning the boat from side to side. And front to back. And then side to side again.
And this is about the point where I started feeling ill.
As we started heading back, we kept slowing down to look at pretty things. Like this.
Which made me vomit.
And oh look! A cute little sea turtle!! Let's stop. *vomit*
He was so cute! He (or she- I didn't care to check) hung out right next to our boat for about 10 minutes. *side to side*... And I was trying to ignore the swaying. *back and forth*...
But I put on a happy face for a picture. A happy-super-pale-puking-face.
The 10 other people on the boat were luckily very understanding. Two others actually hurled, as well. It was a BAD day to be at sea, apparently. But we made the best of it and had our little puking party.
Then it was time to get out of the boat and snorkel for a bit. Whew.
The snorkeling here kinda sucked compared to our first snorkel adventure, but it could be due to the crazy waves. Who knows. But I remained unimpressed.
The tour included going in this really cool open-ceiling sea cave.
But the waves were so bad, the guide decided not to risk all of our lives. So we just admired it from afar.
The ride back was treacherous. I don't know if I've ever been so happy to be on land.
However. Even with all of the aforementioned disgustingness that was my bile, I truly enjoyed this excursion. It was totally worth it.
But I think next time I'll check the wave reports.
Here's one more pretty picture to leave you with: