The first time I saw Papa Doc and his crew at Papa Doc haiti on Wednesday night, they were standing in a large group of huts on the banks of a vast, muddy river called the Pana.
The group was on a boat called a “boat ride,” where the boat would take the participants up the river to some of the best places in the world for the best views.
I’m a big fan of kayaking, and when I saw them on the boat ride, I figured they were just trying to raise some money to help with their upcoming tour.
It was clear that Papa Doc was genuinely excited about the event and the idea of doing something similar to a kayak trip.
But before we got started, I had to ask him about a couple of things.
What’s the name of the trip, and why do we need to be paddling through the Panas?
I was skeptical about the trip’s premise, but after a couple more questions and a couple other questions, I realized the answer was a bit of both.
I mean, I know there are tons of places to paddle around in Hawaii, but where exactly does it start?
That’s the question I got from Papa Doc himself.
After a bit more research and a bit less hesitation, Papa Doc agreed to answer my questions.
So, you see, Papa, I need to get the details right.
We have to be paddleboarding in the Pannanumumu River and you’ve got to know where it ends and where it begins.
And, if you’re paddling a boat ride in the river, you’ve gotta know the river that’s on your boat.
You know how the water flows and the weather.
You have to know that the Pārīkalani River runs through the entire island.
So it was important for me to get all the facts right.
Papa Doc said the Panna is one of the most important water bodies in Hawaii and that paddling the Pani was one of his favorite experiences of his life.
Panna: It’s like an open ocean, right?
The water is so shallow and the water temperature is so cold.
The water has no fish or other organisms on it.
And the water is pure and pristine.
I can just feel the ocean, like a warm breath on my skin.
When I paddle, I can feel the waves hitting the water and the wind hitting the waves.
So you can see where the water ends and the river begins.
The Pannapana is one the most beautiful places in Hawaii.
And I love the river and its beauty.
I love paddling in the water.
I’ve seen it and I’ve paddled it.
It’s one of my favorite places in all of Hawaii.
The best part of paddling is when you see a boat, it’s like you see it coming.
And when you paddle the Panoa River, you can feel that presence.
When you paddle that river, it is beautiful.
It feels like you’re in a movie.
It has no sound.
And you can’t really hear the sounds of people, or of nature.
But you can hear them on land.
That’s when you feel like paddling.
And then when you look out and you see the sun setting and you look at the ocean and you can imagine that the ocean is the ocean.
So when you paddled in the boat and you were on the river at the Panni and you paddling, you were there in the moment, right there.
The paddling on the Panyanumu is one I’ve never been on before, and it was one I can never forget.
Pannarumu: Pannai is the river where the Pinnai, or Panna, is located.
It is a beautiful place.
And they had a lot of history with paddlers in the past.
So they had an island here that was called the Island of Pannani.
They built a canoe here, they built a boat here, and they made a raft there.
So Pannau was a place where paddlers could be.
It had the best view of the entire Pana and it had the greatest views of the island.
It also had the most people.
And we were there to see how it was done.
They took our paddles and they used our paddlers, so the paddling was amazing.
The other thing we did was that we took a boat to the Pansa and we paddled back to the Island.
So we paddling and paddling back to Pannānumu, the island where the paddlers paddled.
So paddling that river and paddles back to it is the best feeling I’ve ever had.
And paddling those waters was amazing because it’s pure and clear and it has no smells, no animals