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... market, and the vendor I had hoped to see had opened shop. He sold prints of silk art - I had thought the prints were on silk, but alas, they were not, and nothing was really calling out to me, so we left another place empty handed.
It was getting to be around lunch time, so we headed to Fabiani's - a favourite this trip. We ordered a half and half pizza and had a chocolate macaroon for dessert - it was as delish as we had become accustomed ...
... mile markers and not knowing exactly where turn offs were, the "plan" quickly went out the window. There are lots of turn offs, but also lots of people on the road, and the turn offs often only have spots for 3 or 4 cars to pull over. We pulled over at a few that had some bigger lots, and saw a few waterfalls. We also stopped at a gardens and temple site close to Hana itself. The temple, ...
... halfway to Hana stand - seeing the local cave jumpers, climbing through lava tubes, and seeing the black sand beaches at Wai'anapanapa State Park - and of course making it all the way to HANA!!! This last item was accomplished just in time for us to turn around and make our dinner reservations at the famous Mama's Fish House. Dinner was great... But the setting is so incredibly beautiful. It was an awesome way to cap off another great day in ...
... to her in a helicopter as they hovered next to the tallest waterfall in Hawaii on the island of Molokai. She said yes! We were so happy to be able to be part of the big moment. As we are sitting here in the airport, we are reminiscing the last few months consisting of 24 beds and 25 flights and all of the crazy, memorable adventures we have experienced with very special people. To be continued when we are off again in the near ...
... in trees with amazing rock spires and a pretty little stream. It was of course on the tourist trail, so we took a few pictures and then fled the bus tours and headed for home.
Maui is a truly amazing place, with some of the most stunning scenery I've ever seen, unfortunately other people also know this, so it's quite busy for a "tropical paradise", definitely a contrast to the quiet of Big Island.
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