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... into my bedroom and, as captivating as the Sheriff's troubles and persistence are, I start to think about what I could do with the bike I rented yesterday, stashed out on the patio with three and a half hours left before I need to return it... Into the wind this time, I had north through the little hamlets of Kahana, Napili, Kapalua and Honolua. I pass the homes of low and mid income Hawaiians and condominiums ranging from low end all the way up to ...
... and then decided to eat our lunch in the car and see if we could wait it out. Timing is everything is one my favorite lines and on this occasion, it seemed very applicable. As we started up the hill, we encountered numerous groups on their way back down. Roughly half of the hikers sported muddy backsides due to slips of an undoubtedly dramatic behavior. For purposes of preserving individual health and the cleanliness of the rental car, I stated ...
... I was appreciating each moment of the days, which felt long and balanced with the right amount of activities and the right amount of relaxation. It takes practice to be good at vacationing and I feel like after 10+ years of regular travel I'm finally starting to get the hang of it. My work days are spent almost exclusively planning for future projects or reflecting on the successes and failures of past projects, so this doesn't come naturally to me.
We got up early and looked out the balcony and saw a whale! We've had a great time searching for whales. We have seen several of them today and have really enjoyed sitting on our balcony whale watching, it sure isn't our usual Sunday afternoon activity! We leave early this evening for Pago Pago. We won't get there until Friday, I'm hoping for smooth ...
... on. We had a seat in the third row, mid stage. And along with a lot of much older people we had a great time. We do like Lahaina, which is on old whaling village. Has lots of historical buildings and very well preserved. Lots of art galleries and restaurants. People queue up along the street for what seems like hours waiting to be called into the restaurant...except at Bubba Gumps, where you can browse in the store for the extent of your wait! No...we didn't go ...