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Wow - it is hard to believe two weeks has flown by, we leave this island paradise tomorrow, it's been an amazing journey! We started this am with a trip to Wow Aloha lemonade, we had bought their custom cups earlier in the trip, and refills are cheap! I tried the lava flow and Joel got the watermelon basil - very good! We need something like is at home! We went down to Polo Club Beach to check out the Wailea Boardwalk. It's a paved ...
... some communal child soothing. The food was filling and hit the spot. It all went down well except for the zucchini salad which, while it looked delicious, had, as Brian C. put it, "enough saline to fill your yearly quota." It was totally inedible but man, did it look good! The trip back was mercifully uneventful though the catamaran had taken on a slightly urinous and vomitus smell. Kids and Mel are napping now. I'm having a few beers. We are now in the official ...
... The Cage's arrive tomorrow looking forward to having company...I'm feeling really homesick and missing all the kids and grand kids.
Bryan is off for a long afternoon ride the rain has stopped and looks like we will have a good afternoon.
I'm going to hunt down a nail salon and perhaps some shopping! We have successfully moved to a new condo 2 bedroom ocean front unit so ...
... 500 earthquakes in Japan each year, though most of them are very minor.
*Japanese people live an average of 4 years longer than Americans.
*Tsukiji Market in Tokyo is the world’s largest fish market and the majority of fish in the world go through here.
*In Japanese, geisha means “performing artist” and the first geishas were men.
*Many Japanese companies have morning exercise ...
... The "blowing" of the water into the air varies with the tide levels and waves.
We spotted the "blowhole" as it shot into the air before we arrived at the location. Carefully making our way down the rocky and steep trail towards the ocean, we wanted a photo in front of the thing as it exploded, which seemed to happen every few minutes. Shane posed in front of it and waited. I waited with my finger on the camera for just the right moment. When it reach ...
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