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... lot of small gurgles as well. There is a sign on the way back up warning to be careful and not get swept into the blowhole, but I'm not sure how helpful that advice is for people coming back from already having visited it.
After the blowhole, we continued east on Highway 30, reaching the end of the state highway and continuing onto the county road. There were a few bridges where only one car could pass at a time, but I remembered the ...
... it, and said someone had written on the bridge "Make your dreams come true". And one year later they moved to Hawaii. We chatted about happiness and doing what you love. And agreed that the best part about happiness is that you get to pick it - everyday, whether you call Hawaii home or not, you get to pick if you are going to be happy. They really embodied the Aloha spirit that we have read so much about here on Maui. A nice end to a nice ...
We spent a leisurely morning enjoying the view from our room and then headed down to breakfast. There seemed to be more people than yesterday but maybe it was the time. We enjoyed extra time to seep in the morning air and take a deep breadth of sunshine. Trying to be in the Hawaii spirit we took advantage of hula lessons being offered by the hotel. (You have to take advantage if all the resort fee has to ...
... lucky that I couldn't upload the video with the iPad. It exists though...it will see the light of day. The next guy who used the BBQ after us started a pretty gnarly grease fire and briefly set fire to the palm tree next to him. He attracted a fair bit of attention and we were glad to be a separate party! The sunset was glorious (as usual) and it was nice to be down on the beach instead of the balcony to watch it go. It sure goes fast. This place is endlessly ...
... enjoyed the best chowder he's ever had (his words) and a prime rib all and all a great meal.
For dessert order a huge (see picture) mud pie type dessert it was really big and all they had corn free was what they called dark chocolate it was so funny all they did was chop up bakers semi sweet chocolate and put it on the plate...at least they tried.
Another full great day
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