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Ok. I'm highly inebriated right now as tonight was boys night out. Unlike the like girls, we didn't make it past the hotel bar, but I'll do my best to describe the day without the alcohol talking. Owen and I woke up early. Like 6:00am. Standard fare really. It's hard to be upset at a boy who looks so happy at 6:00am. I do love that kid. We ate bagels. We like bagels. Real butter. Not that margarine ****. We eat ...
... from ear to ear, proclaim that he saw fish! And did he ever. Beautiful blacks and yellows and stringy fins (my nomenclature is a bit rusty) all on the backdrop of motley-coloured coral in water as clear as the sky. Special times. I am very proud. He and I were in the water together for maybe ten minutes and then I led him back to the boat so he could regroup and then head back in with Mel. And then Penny, inspired perhaps by the violent volcanic creation of ...
... nauseous it was tough. I can see why people train at high altitudes if you can do that the flat lands is easy!
Bryan decided to ride down with me it was super cold and the accompaniment is all about making it up there :-)
He napped when we got back and I hit the pool for a couple of hours of sunshine. It was the local resort hula show again we've seen it twice now.
All in all a great day!
... over the blowhole."
Shane and I left his home in Kihei, Maui for a scenic drive along the Pacific Ocean and then for a hike into the mountains. He tells me there are NO snakes on the island at all. At least that is what he has been told. Also, no racoons. There is an overabundance of deer, though, and the season is open on them all year long. Also, no hunting license is required to hunt them.
Our route took us through the little jewel of a town ...
... the mountain. There was a fireplace in the lodge which everyone was crowding around trying to warm up. It felt great!
On our way back to the condo we made two stops. The first at Launiupoko Wayside State Park to watch the surfers. This park had a rock enclosure built by early Hawaiians to protect their children from sharks which are very common in this area. Even the young kids, probably 8 or 9 years old, are ...