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Travel Blogs from Haiku
... the night air. Every once in a while a car passes, but, with hiker thumbs extended, no one offers a ride. We continue the uphill climb one step at a time.
The hike back up the new route was awesome, though. It was a totally different landscape. Thousands of feet in elevation right on the mountains edge on a one person path. The switchbacks were tight and extreme, the views were to die for. Even without the photos (which just cannot capture the real beauty), I will ...
... dinner first, though, at Ruby Tuesday. We had a nice salad and a wonderful burger.
Once we got to our room, we figured it would be nice to go for a little swim... You know, relaxing the muscles etc.
We were quite tired by the time we were done swimming so we went to bed.
Tommorrow we are going to drive along the north coast of Maui and do a little swimming and snorkeling in the ocean.
... evening air. We walked past a couple who had just got married on the beach, tres romantic. I rather liked her pretty tiara and the wedding dress with it’s long rouched train which suprisingly at the front was cut high enough to reveal some very tasteful frilly knickers. (Classy!)
No pictures; but wait 24 hours, helicopter ride tomorrow over craters and plunging waterfalls we hope.
... in which a couple of craters were built – each one is from a separate explosion. Haleakala – meaning house of the sun – is full of stories. One of them tells that in ancient time the days were very short and not long enough for a god’s mother to dry her clothes. So the god captures the sun one day and made her promise to release her only if she would walk and not run across the sky, so his mother has more time to dry ...
... plastic bags.
With these questions, I can understand people living here are more respectful and careful of their environment. I was wondering how people are living here and how they are with their environment. By the way I can see people here, I know Randy is right, because I haven’t seen many garbage on the ground, which is nice. Also, the garbage truck pass twice a week, which is nice. Then I knew about the recent law which ban plastic bags. ...