Ka Hale Mala
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Friendly people, beautiful flowers, active bird life, good infrastructure - some of the first impressions of Hawaii.What a mind shift to come from wintery British Columbia to warm, slightly humid Pacific ocean sunshine! We all could not wait to dive into the ocean, and it did not disappoint.
Staying at an incredible location - bungalow on the beachfront in sheltered little bay where turtles swim among the tropical fish. The bay is perfect ...
... br> “May we help you?” one asks with an unsettling smirk?
“Yes,” I reply, just as Pinky grabs my arm, and pulls me back.
“Liz! What are you doing?” she asks sternly. “We can’t trust those guys. Let’s go inside Java Mon, and see if any of the staff can help us.”
“Look over there!” I point. “It’s Nick coming out of Java Mon with ladies on both ...
The views of the Haleakala crater were stunning today a clear day also the hills across the street were stunning.
We sat on our deck and watched the sunset another stunning one, definitely a favorite part of every day.
We are up early tomorrow morning we need to be on the road by 6AM...we are going on a snorkel whale watching adventure.
Good night all.
... workers at the Japanese Pavilion Kepaniwai Park's Heritage Gardens where there are scale models of buildings and gardens representing the immigration of Hawaiian, American missionary, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Korean, and Filipino cultures.
As we left there on the volcanic fertile soil was sugar cane...the remains of a once much bigger industry. Some 36,000 acres of sugar cane grow across Maui's lower ...
... some self-make ceasar salade kits for dinner, which was very good. We sat on our Lanai with a very nice view of the ocean and the island Lanai. We were very tired for some reason and went to bed early. We set the alarm, because we had to get up in time.
We are going to do the mule ride down to Kalaupapa, the peninsula where an Lepra colony once lived. So tommorrow another early and long day.I'm already ...