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... no rules in Hawaii!. Apparently the path goes another 1.6 miles. I think Sheila and I traveled up the path about a half mile. After that, it looked pretty steep so we headed back down.
After the Needle, we headed back to the condo. On the way back, we stopped at the grocery store and I picked up about a pound of shrimp for dinner. Tomorrow we do the road to Hana. Should be an interesting trip.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
Maui was a bit soggy, but a sight for sore eyes nonetheless. The flight went quickly, with minimal turbulence despite hurricane Ana lurking in the area. We picked up our checked bag and rental car without a hitch, then went shopping. We loaded up on food at Down to Earth, A really nice health food market. Drove to Maui college to the swap meet, but it was nowhere to be found – probably canceled because of the expected bad weather. So we headed to the Kepaniwai County Park ...
... is a relative and generous descriptor) calm, and five minutes later she was smiling. Babies love their Moms. I'm okay with that. I took another quick turn in the water but this time without a snorkel (in part, because drowning myself hadn't entirely lost its appeal). We'll do this again, possibly before we leave, because it is such a wonderful experience. The charter company cooked us a lunch of chicken breasts, hot dogs and salads for the trip back and we settled ...
We slept a little later this morning, heading to Lahaina at 8:30 for our trilogy tour to Lanai. Wandered around Banyan square and geocached while we waited for departure. The ride over was smooth. Flying fish but no dolphins. We went straight to the beach and started snorkeling. The surf was up so it was kinda tough. After snorkeling, we sat on the beach for a while. ...
... Hawaii, so we were right in the middle of whale season. At first Lucy and I had just both been wondering what the squeaks and clicks and moans were, but suddenly we both realised that we were actually listening in on the songs of the humpbacks a few miles off the coast. That was a pretty awe-inspiring moment.
After snorkelling we headed into town, checked out the souvenir shops and then stopped off for some $2 mai tais while we waited for sunset, although disappointingly ...
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