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Travel Blogs from Kihei
... the corner and saw the undulating fronds it appeared to us as if it was made of bright green muppet feathers as far as the eye can see.
The locals drive the road very confidently, some would say recklessly, and we had some close passings along the way. The rain let up and the sun came out, and it was a gorgeous sun-dappled journey. I was later told that there is an app that you can download for the highway that will tell you where to stop and park ...
... few seemed to fit. But that's not my problem. I think tomorrow will be another beach day.
Every time we drive to Paia, we pass Hookipa Beach. I know I say out loud "Wow! " Because it is like seeing the first fireworks on the 4th of July.
We came home and I worked on this blog. The pictures don't want to cooperate. Guess it's because it's a Mac and the software was probably written for a PC.
... the whales to different waters - kind of disappointing. Joel went down to the water again and I continued reading. After drying off from his second swim, we headed back to the condo. I snoozed for a bit, and we stayed out of the worst of the mid day heat. We went down to the beach to watch the sunset. There were several kite boarders crisscrossing in front of the sun - a pretty ...
... until it attached itself to some rocks, so by the time I got there he could point it out to me! WOW! Once it was camouflaged it was very difficult not only to see but also to tell it was an octopus. I did repeated surface dives trying to get down close enough to get a decent photo. We called to two passing snorkelers to come see the octopus. The four of us hung around it for a bit and we told them to keep an eye out for the turtle.
Okay, now we really ...
... channels between towering coral heads. We were a little apprehensive as the search and rescue forces were on hand when we arrived. They were searching for a missing snorkeler and had employed a helicopter and a jet ski in the search. We went out anyway and had a great snorkel, although we were briefly concerned when we found a stray mask on the bottom in a coral canyon. ...
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