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... was stunning we stopped 1/2 way at a road side rest stop for a last view and change into pant!!! The flight was on time which was good, Bryan slept the whole trip he is the best traveler. I managed 2 hours of sleep, arrived in Vancouver at 5AM BC time and our flight to Calgary left at 7. We won't chose this route again no idea why we didn't leave from Maple Bay next year we will plan differently this night flight is a killer. I think we will go through San ...
Good morning Maui
We are going to change rooms this morning they have not given us the room we asked for...sigh...but that's okay we'll move today and get unpacked and settled. Today will be our orientation day, we are here for so many days it's nice to know we don't have to rush. There is a mini plaza across the street with a grocery store very handy ...
... hotel in South Maui - Island Sands in Mallea. It's a condo and the girls are excited to once again have their own bedroom and bathroom. The condo is huge and we have so much room with a living room, kitchen, bedrooms, etc. Our balcony looks out over the ocean with fantastic views. It's so awesome to fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves. How I will miss the ocean once we go home.
We're loving Hawaii!!
... So...we drove around the north shore of Maui, researching other ideas from guidebooks and internet resources. What we found was pretty awesome, focused on Maui's natural coastal beauty rather than its unique agricultural past as our intended walk had.
Here are pics we took setting up a three-part walk north of Ka'anapali. The highlight was a blowhole reached by hiking through surreal ...
... 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.