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Travel Blogs from Kihei
... through my photos I nearly forgot the most important part. It appears that a hurricane Ana is heading our way. If this route is perfectly correct, on Sunday we will fly from here, around the hurricane, and place our self back in front of the hurricane in Kauai. This is the trail that I have planned our entire trip around so I am unhappy about that but adapted to the local people on the subject and we say that it shall miss us and allow us what I/we came ...
... few days sleeping in the shade. I knew I was back on US soil with 24 hour supermarkets containing banks that were open Sundays and round the clock alcohol purchasing. And the Americans sure know how to do a Pacific island in the sun! Having sampled the French effort (Tahiti, New Caledonia) as well as the British (Fiji), Hawaii is the mega time-share option of manicured lawns, constant sprinkler irrigation and a maintenance army on golf carts.
No sooner had I recharged ...
... esky there, and walk to the small headland at the base of a much higher conical hill, obviously an old cinder cone. We climb up onto a saddle via a rough natural stairway, walk over to look at Little Beach, another, shorter golden sand beach, but don’t go down - just look and take photos. What used to be a path on the edge of the cinder cone to the top has been closed for safety reasons, so we don't have to wimp out, and return to the car. We drive back home via ...
... began to change all of this, when he volunteered to serve here in 1873, and dramatically improved the living conditions of the people there. Unfortunately, he did contract the disease and died in 1889. He was recently made a saint by Pope John Paul. He was succeeded by Sister Marianne, who served here for over 35 years and never contracted the disease. Interestingly, she said that none of the sisters of her order who served ...
... At times, the winds were so great, you had to hold onto your dinner napkin. Lily and I were happy that we brought jackets! The show was very interesting and entertaining. Great hula dancing and native dancing by men and women. Fire dancing with lit torches too! And Tiki torches were lit around the entire lu'au area. Very nice time! This morning, we went for a walk on ...
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