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... have to duck while they swam overhead and they meant it!! We were so happy that snorkelers were welcome and that Diane and Chip went with us. Thanks again to the Scripps for such a fun week! We then ventured over to Maui where we met our nephew Derek and his girlfriend Amanda. They had never been to Hawaii before so it was fun to show them the island. We were so excited to learn that we were there for peak Humpback whale season. I ...
... road. We ended up in the middle of an empty countryside with no one around for miles. It's a side of Hawaii most tourists don't get to see and we couldn't believe how beautiful everything was. There's too much to tell so I'll just leave the rest to the pics we took. We went or dinner at a Thai restaurant in Maui Mall and then Chris and Tara dropped us off at the airport to officially end an amazing trip to Maui. It was our first time there, but definitely not our ...
... having a restaurant open for 8 hours over two days of the week? Screwy?
Mark had read about Tutu’s snack shack on Koki beach, so we thought we’d try that. But the line was so long and there didn’t seem to be enough people working the place, so we ended up back at the “ranch”, the Hana Ranch Restaurant, which was once again very good.
After lunch, we stopped in the ranch grocery store as Mac ...
... Curtis and I stood next by the tray. The crowd literally swarm in and grabbed the pineapples by hand disregard of the toothpicks that were arranged by the tray. Barbarians!!! Curtis and I were very shocked.......those are Americans! terrible manners!
Maybe Curtis and I are not the mainstream crowd to the farm. We do enjoy the food very much, though. The outdoor kitchen/oven does do wonder. And the hand-rolled truffles, yum ...
... to make friends with the female peacock, following her around, but although the bird was tolerant, she wasn’t very interested.
The hikes in and around the gardens at the Garden of Eden, took you to beautiful overlooks of the coast and several waterfalls. This side of the island is very lush as well, like a botanical garden or something you see out of a movie, with deeply forested gorges and so many ...
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