Hale Ho'okipa Inn Makawao
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... Cynthia thought I made a wise decision because I had already seen Wailea, which is much like what I would be seeing in Lahina. We decided to go to the mighty COSTCO in Khululi then to a movie.
While waiting to go, I decided I would 'fix' her stove top control knobs that were loose and would fall off if the operator was not careful. Being the technical guru that I am known for, I grabbed a screwdriver and went to work. Wonders never cease! I spread the ...
... I had printed representing places to see on the way. This trail looked a bit boring so we continued on. Our guide starts speaking of a park up ahead where the King murdered his Princess in a cave on the beach because he was crazy and she tried to hide from him. This one sounded very interesting and he said cave, so we turned left at the park sign reading Waianapanapa State Park. We took the path down and located the cave the poor little princess was slaughtered in and ...
So we are home and will now get back to a normal routine (normal for us), our back and forth life to BC will begin again with more time in BC :-)
We are already starting to plan our next trip to Maui, we both love the Kaanapali area so will try and find a house to rent near there.
Signing off now until our next adventure, I hope you enjoyed following along with us.
Have a look at the snow we came home too! :-(
... of the Kingdom of Hawaii before it moved to Honolulu. and in the 19th Century it was the centre of the global whaling industry.
In front of the old courthouse is a banyan tree that is the second largest in the world, next to one in India. There is a museum in the old courthouse which is free and very ...
... to the Timberyard in Makawao for ply, and to kihei to pick up sound equipment , with a leftover lunch of sweet potato dauphinoise and roast pork. Delicious. While the sun goes down we test the sound equipment on the lanai, watch the sunset, drink beer and hang out with Lolly the lovely dog. Leianna's mum asks us to stay for dinner and we all eat spag Bol, garlic bread, salad with yellow carrots, avocadoey ...