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Sports Gear Advice

Hiking poles are a third leg and you'll need one...
Bring a waterproof shell jacket...
Spitting in your swim mask will clear fog...
Muddy puddles make for great dye-your-own red dirt shirt dunking...
It's cheaper to rent snorkeling gear for a few days, cheaper to buy for a week or more...
It's cheaper to rent a bicycle for a couple days, cheaper to ship if biking for more than that...
You can rent a bike rack for the rental car...
Or hang the bikes out the trunk...
It's cheaper to rent kayaks and surfboards...
Call rental places first to make sure expert advice comes with the rental...
When mountain hiking, bring a plastic bag to put your shoes in after hike...
Clothes are gear: No nudity on any Hawaiian beach...
Attend to skin with antibacterial and fungicide: Everything grows here...
Carry water, but if you don't use a water pump, use iodine to go along with the filter...
Most-common island footwear: bare feet...
Bring lightweight hiking shoes that you can hose off.

Source: Jerry & Janine Sprout, Kauai Trailblazer

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