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... road where the trail starts and attempt to jump out and go, but are delayed by sunscreen and hiking boots since it wasn't fashionable to put them on while in the hotel although mine were on and ready to hike. We hit the trail and it had really cool features, it was dirty lava rock most of the way but had a mix of water and sand to the right, big rocks, small rocks, ocean influence and then the finish at what seemed over 1.5 miles. I read online that ...
... some "lava" and Owen loved having sand in his feet. We also tested out the pool, and then met up with the third couple Brian and Gaitaine and their kids Liam and Ivy for supper at their condo. Mel Duncan, Henry, and Penny had arrived at the hotel shortly after us got checked in and hit the beach for some wave action as well. We then caught an amazing sunset (pictured here) and turned in for the ...
... stopping at Safeways on the way back for more frozen meals and salad, and call it an early day.
Later, at sunset, we go out to the waterfront, and sit having a drink of our new tipple, small plastic bottles of white (pink) Zinfandel. After, we walk along our beach a fair way, passing a number of resorts, then back on the main road, stopping at the ABC store for some snacks. Murray didn’t expect to be going off the beach, so didn’t bring any ...
... our sunglasses made us feel a bit spoiled. While planning, we initially questioned if the atmosphere and service would justify the cost and I think we were both persuaded to go back in the future, even for just a short stay.
Two highlights for food in Wailea were restaurants of two friends that kind of started a restaurant coalition for local, sustainable food in Hawaii, since 90% of the food is ...
Although he didn't say it, I think Shane was really glad to have me lead him out of the forest in spite of the disappearing trail and late hour of the day close to darkness.
I saw something on this hike I have not seen before. Just past the trailhead we came upon a campsite. The usual picnic table and tent area were there but the wonderful and unusual things were what caught my attention.
There was a gas grill and double stainless steel sink ...
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