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... up a bit, and the waves were getting slightly dumpy, so I didn't stay in for long. I jumped back in the pool for a bit, then lay in the sun again, because I could. Saturday was sloth day no. 2, and it pretty much followed the same program as Thursday. Walk, breakfast, swim, shopping, swim, sunbake. I didn't get to swim in the ocean because I decided to heed the warnings from the hotel about strong rips and dumping waves, although plenty of others didn't. I did spend s ...
... caught up in what can only be described as a heady social whirl, and has been getting back just before we get up for breakfast. Everwhere we go, there are barmen, waiters, photograpers, and a good handful of cruisers all calling out, clapping him on the back and shouting his name. We are now one of the many 'friends of Fred', which is a bit wierd.
Compared to somewhere like Moorea, sailing into Honalulu on the island of Oahu is rather like floating up to a jazzy ...
... was marked "Local, Asian, favorite." Our niece Angie would love it, she's a big Spam fan.
It was close to 2:30 when we checked into the condo, which was in the Kuleana Resort development just north of Ka'anapali. The resort is a bit on the older side, probably developed in the 80's or late 70's/early 90's. But it is on a gorgeous stretch of beach, the buildings are only three floors high which is more intimate than the high ...
... up at Cannery Row. The real purpose was to get sun screen for the two white girls but we found several other shops to enjoy. They even had ice carving in the mall - way cool. We had to head back to the hotel so Kathy could get ready for the wedding. I decided to take a nap (good call on my part) and while Kathy headed to the wedding I headed to the bar. The wedding was on ...
... Resort, a hotel rather than a condo so we are officially downsized. Late afternoon and we try to get our bearings quickly. Drive down Alli road to Kealakekua and check out it's beach, snorkeling and tidepools and also see lots of boogie boards at Magic Sands beach. Dinner in Kailua-Kona, then into the pool at the resort. Planning for the next days....maybe the long ride to Volcanoes National Park tomorrow. Waves are crashing, jammies on ...
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