For fun, Will and Kate are free to kayak, hike, windsurf, scuba dive, bike or take a guided nature walk around the island.
They have a modest second home, somewhere near the mountains where they can hike and bike and kayak and generally enjoy nature.
Other new admissions to the dictionary include qayaq—an alternate spelling of kayak—and thongy.
Dr. Neal is a spine surgeon who made a trip to heaven while drowning in a kayak accident in South America.
I would go to Texas and kayak with Eric, the executive director of the preservation organization Los Caminos del Rio.
Chingatok looked long and earnestly at the object in question, and then said with emphasis—“A kayak!”
We supposed that the paddle and the harpoon went with the kayak.
It is now known as kayak Island, but the mountain retains the original name.
While we were at breakfast, Weymouth came down to report a kayak coming off.
Angut, Okiok, and Simek led the way in kayaks, the kayak damaged by the seal having been repaired.
1757, from Danish kajak, from Greenland Eskimo qayaq, literally "small boat of skins." The verb is attested from 1875, from the noun.