Crystal Creek Bed & Breakfast
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... under an awning for as long as I could, but when I pulled up the radar, I saw it wasn't going to let up too soon. I decided to head back to the house, dry off and plan what to do next. It was a wet walk to the next bus stop, but I made it home in one piece and threw everything, even my day bag, into the dryer.
Around noon, with dry clothes on , I went back out and took the bus toward ...
... somehow managed to miss it on our fist visit! On route Harrison fell asleep on the back of Stuarts bike and because we were then forced to stop as the is no head rests on the bike seat soooo after visiting the Olympic flame they took the opportunity to have a beer in the sun overlooking the docks. Cheers Harrison, He woke up In time to order an apple juice for himself, rite at the time we were trying to sneak in the second pint!! ...
... had a crack with Trevor, then diner with the house guests there at the time:
Tom father and owner of the family business (undertakers) and devout catholic and active Rotarian.
Trevor - our Savior, bit of an action Jackson and loads of energy. Manages 2 of the units for the family business
Emanuel - student firm Uganda on a 4 nth study placement in bio ...
... that morning the head Chef and Maitre d'hotel put on a cooking demonstration..
These guys, even though they were both head of their sections, were the funniest pair I have watched in an awful long time ..
The interaction between them kept everyone rolling around laughing and they even managed to produce an excellent four course meal into the bargain.
This was followed, for me the most interesting bit, a tour of one of ...
... with the 4-day rental costing $77, taxes etc $90 and insurance $203, but we cop it as this is litigious America, and we do have some narrow, windy roads on our agenda. We record our mileage, and do a loop back to the baggage area, to find our big bags still there. Load up, fire up the map on the ipad, and are on our way. The directions from our host work well, and we find ourselves at Kihei Kai condo (booked through VRBO – 4 nights @ US$99 per night, plus $53 ...