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... Lahaina shops before the Hawaiian Luau.
Rain had cleared earlier but just a little cool. The food was great and the show was also good. All you can eat and any drinks. Mai Tai's on arrival then any cocktail you like from a list of about 10. Only got through a couple, boy, were they potent. The Christmas Tree was great decorated in silk frangipani's. I guess this is what you call Christmas Hawaiian Style.
... up in the afternoon.
If you're going to the beach go early - by 9:30 to not fight for a parking spot, and before it gets hot and windy.
I expected better markets and shopping. If you are looking for local art, go to Paia, there are lots of local stores and cute shops. The markets in Kihei are good for cheap trinkets. Lahaina was a good mix of both, but much busier than either the others.
The food is wonderful, in general, but avoid the chains.
... from Jurassic Park. Being a tad HAngry (when you are so hungry, you start to get angry), we gave in and bought some of Julia's banana bread- a little shack alongside the road that had advertised banana bread miles ahead of the actual stop. The $9 loaf was worth every penny. We scarfed down a few pieces and made our way back to the stop we had originally planned on and missed- the Olivine Pools.
This stop, again ...
... spot for our towels and head for the water. I'm heartened because there are two snorkeling tour boats anchored out on the right side of the bay. Getting into the water is tricky because of the rocks but the bay is so sheltered that there is virtually no surf. As I lowered my head into the water my heart sank - it was murky, sandy. I tapped Jeff and pointed out by the tour catamarans. "Let's head that way. The boats always drop off at the best spots." It was a ...
... is the most beautiful site of my life,” I exclaim.
“I have never seen anything like it,” Pinky agrees.
“The seven sacred pools feed into this one huge waterfall that cascades over a cliff and into the ocean,” I realize.
“Look over there!” Pinky points. “People are hiking down that trail alongside the waterfall, all the way to the ocean below.”