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We woke up nice and early (6am I think?) so we could get a good hike in and make sure we got to our Luau on time. We started the 45ish minute long drive into the park and headed to the Haleakala visitors center (the one further into the park) so we could hike down the Sliding Sands Trail with no real destination other than seeing the silverswards and having a good hike. If you want to know more about the silverwards: http://www.nps.gov/hale/learn/nature/si lversword.htm. Again the ...
We finally are in the air. The Crew on this flight is very entertaining. It is very nice to have people who love their job in the air. I can not imagine how it effects them when there incidents and accidents with other airlines. The plane is a Boeing 757-200.. believe it, there appears to more room on this flight than our flight to Frankfurt last summer. Last summer... WOW it's almost been a year since we were in Europe. Got here safe and ...
... us giving a panoramic view of untouched rainforest, the ocean in the distance and an ironwood wraparound deck.
The cacophony of the local bird choir starts about 5 am and doesn’t stop unless rain interrupts or darkness descends. A lightning storm in the wee hours was a cosmic cirque du soleil, and the deluge of rain afterward and a full-arch rainbow as the encore. Wow. ...
... in from the West/Northwest as opposed to normal Northeast winds. ******Cynthia add here
I think we mentioned the pickup truck in an earlier blog. Today I took a picture of it for all to see.
What do you do when you're at the beach and it rains? You make the best of it. I rode with Terry to Kahului for him to pick up their car from the shop. I drove back to Paia and rambled through a few of the shops. Lots of ...
... and enjoy the lush scenery or the wild waves breaking over volcanic rocks. The road is sparsely populated. There are no convenience stores or gas stations. Occasionally there will be a local fruit stand or banana bread shop. But don't rely on them being open.
We began our trip around 10:30 Wednesday morning. We arrived in Hana a little before 5:00.
There were numerous stops we made and the average speed you can safely drive is around 20 mph.
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