Molokai Komohana

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The Hawaiian Creation Story

A travel blog entry by grahamcooke


... in the Pacific, you see.

And so this is the place we brought ourselves to next. For the first five days we stayed in Waikiki, a resort town on the busy island of Oahu. Waikiki is all 5 star resorts and designer shops. You couldn’t walk down the street without tripping over a Prada, Gucci or Chanel doorstep. I saw an orange jumper I liked in the Hermes window. We went in to check it out for the craic. It was $3,500. Not our sort of shopping.

Honolua Bay and Lahaina

A travel blog entry by honokowai


... picture evidence of anything :(. I am going back there though. As I was making my way out in about a foot of water I looked over and not a foot away was this big eel. So those that said they saw barracudas and ocotopus now within four feet of that boat launch I sort of believe! Was a type I hadn't seen before - yellow and black striped. Headed back home for lunch and to relax on the lanai, then went to Lahaina for a bit to shop and look around. Home for dinner and our nightly sunset :)! ...

"There be whales here!"

A travel blog entry by earthjourney


... species for me has been the excited ethical point of my trip to the humpback birthing grounds of Hawaii. The greedy, personal and selfish expectation of the trip has been the ability to catch a breach, photographically.

This morning we booked an early morning whale watching tour with an organization called ‘The Pacific Whale Foundation’. It has never been my intention or desire to chase after and harass whales from a boat and in fact, I ...

The Last Resort

A travel blog entry by sanjon


... and is the centre of civic life on Molokai - the bank, the grocery store, library, bakery (recently reopened), half-a-dozen restaurants and the like in a dusty two-main-roads and a dozen ancilliary lane huddle. The night before we passed through on our way from the airport because it was the site of the annual Molokai Christmas parade. It was actually a pretty good show for an island that consists of only about 5000 people all told.


Trouble in Paradise

A travel blog entry by jwaters13


Okay, well not really trouble, but illness. I was really not feeling well today and spent a good portion of the day cranky, queasy, and or asleep. The only good thing that happened was breakfast. Tropical fruit smoothies made with all local fruit- mmm. Otherwise, a waste of a day in paradise :(

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