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Kauai and its sister island of Niihau are the most isolated of the main Hawaiian islands. From the next island of Oahu, they lie across the powerful Kaieie channel, whose storms and swells are legendary. These ancient islands pierced the surface of the Pacific five million years ago. Wind and water have worn them down and, in the case of Kauai, left it a green wonderland. Waialeale, at its heart, is known as the wettest spot on the planet and, from the dense mountain forests of this upland, rivers flow out in every ...

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2002, Mutual Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781566475747


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