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... set up. You had to bring your own propane bottle, I guess. Shane said the sink was there for you to clean the fish you caught. What a wonderful idea!
It's been a great day here with the nephew in Hawaii. We are both tired but in a good way. The good way is when you are tired from having fun and not work!
We drive home in the dark, as we usually end up doing. Now that the daylight sightseeing on Maui is done we will think about eating something Hawaiian.
Began today with a quick swim and beach comb in front of our condo, then headed over to the Gazebo Restaurant in Napili. Such great food, was as good as I remember it. Their banana macadamia nut pancakes are awesome. We spent the rest of the morning at Napili Bay (Tammy, that's the one you snorkelled at where you saw the turtles :). We saw turtles from land the moment we got there, but the water was so rough I didn't go in til a bit later. By that point they ...
We spent Tuesday morning cleaning up Anita's apartment after ourselves, doing laundry and packing. It surprisingly took us a while. Got our last coffee from Whalers and few pastries from a nearby bakery for breakfast. We got picked up by reliable shuttle at 9:45am for our 12:10am flight. We got to Maui before one, headed to our car rental spot, and after looking at the cars I reserved decided ...
... and continue today) to justify their immoral, unethical and illegal activities as ‘research’.
Paul Watson and ‘The Rainbow Warrior’ crew did what was likely the final but most appropriate and only thing possible then, challenging the whalers head-on by both putting their lives on the line and ramming the criminal Japanese whaling fleet with their vessel.
Whale preservationists steer their tiny dinghies between the ...
... the forests and looking at the water. At one point we stopped for awhile listening too and watching the surf crash in on the shore. The ocean is so relaxing to watch and hear and I look forward to the time I can throw away my watch and just relax and listen. Not there yet as I think of time and getting off the road before dark but as much as I could I really enjoyed the time on the lava rocks watching the surf.
Yes relaxing is ...
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