Hale Ho'okipa Inn Makawao
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... The ranger that walked with us, Ka'a, was super nice and knowledgable. His grandmother owns some of the land in Haleakala and the state his permission to use the land as long as they keep up her old house and a grave site. About halfway up, Ka'a took Cadence and I off the trail to get an informational plaque to be installed at the Waimoku Falls. We carried the sign and it's two legs another mile up the trail. ...
... by a group of workers and investors from the old one. I am very impressed by how the new company has downsized, refocussed and retooled its operation to make it more ecofriendly and efficient. 2 days a week leftover field pineapples Made available to community through a gleening program. Super ripe pineapples as bought by distillery across the street. 20% of Maui Gold pineapples go the west coast (Tuesday's ship to LA. Thursday's to Seattle), the rest stays here in the ...
... 50 feet from the boat. We just sat there and watched the males go at it to get attention from the female. Then we headed to our last snorkeling spot. At that spot, we were snorkeling with a number of scuba divers. There we experienced our first encounter with a White Tipped Reef Shark. These sharks are not aggressive and just hang out towards the bottom. We also. Had the chance to chase a few turtles around. When we got back up on the boat, ...
... We went down to the beach to catch the sunset - it is really cool here that they blow the conch shell at each sunset, as soon as the sun disappears on the horizon it sounds, very peaceful. I had done a bit of research before we arrived and had found a comedy/magic show at a local bar, so we headed down to Mulligan's on the Blue to check out Kenton Keith and his Bag o' Tricks! It was a good show, with some table magic, a stage performance, lots of ...
... We watch the water pouring over the top..400 feet down a sheer rock face. Even standing back quite a ways we feel the spray. Ahhh... We admire the view for a long time before turning to head back down. I do better crossing the stream, but Jeff's ankle gets caught between two rocks - that's gonna leave a bruise.
Hiking back to the car we see guavas that have fallen from their branches and split open on the path, their fruity scent is quite nice. I stop to smell ...