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... forest) until we reached the river (note to grandma, we saw wild Swiss cheese plants growing!). To reach the actual falls, you then had to walk through some of the river (only up to mid thigh depth) and across some rocks. Mark and Helen took the plunge and then swam in/under the falls which was fun and very refreshing. We drove the longer/wider road back to Lahaina. We stopped at a viewpoint on the way and Tom bought a pendant which was made of local river stone, with ...
... impressed by its visibility and abundant fish. A bit further out and the coral too impresses us. This is the best yet. It is also within 200 yards of the most recent fatal shark attack (5 weeks ago) and for that reason, we swim close. Hawaii Shark Attack Summary The incident comes following two fatal shark incidents in 2013 that included: the fatal injury of 57-year-old Washington State visitor, Patrick A. Briney in December 2013; and the death of ...
... Sword plants (National Flower). Called at the Kula lodge again and shared a No Ka Oi pizza. I bet we are the only ones to have had that! Earlier in the week a guy we were talking to complained bitterly about the price of fuel on the Island ( Maui is said to be the most expensive ) so I worked it out. Their price is an exorbitant $3.45 per gallon, which at today's exchange rates comes to 43.8p per litre. No wonder he was ...
... one. I trudged on until I was satisfied that I had completed a hike. I stopped by a marker where two couples were chatting. One couple was on the way back up the trail and the other was about to go down the trail further. The returning couple said it took twice as long to come back as it did to go and the overall time was almost 4 hours. That was about three and a half hours longer than I would have lasted. I walked around and took quite a number of photos, but ...
... so she circled the falls and got close enough to take a picture directly behind it. At the base of the falls the water was deeper than we could feel and see so that had a lot to do with Melissa decided to stay in the areas that were more comfortable to her. After the falls we got back on the path and continued to Hana. We had our little "Road to Hana" GPS application going through our rental car speakers so he would guide us to the best features along ...
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