What a Wonderful World Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We packed a lunch and headed to the north side of the island to do some snorkeling. Our first stop was Wailea Beach. This beach is the home of the rich and famous. The beach was protected and the water was calm and clear. During our snorkeling we swam with a couple of turtles, seen a lot of variety of fish, and saw many other sea critters. Sheila and I spent about three ...
... to swim, we stopped for over an hour as there were road works being done on narrow part of the road. In fact the entire road was narrow and on one side dropped away dramatically. Got to the waterfall, after first park was closed, only to find the water was flowing too much and unsafe to swim But the occasion was saved as a bloke, not on our bus, proposed to his girlfriend with the waterfall as a back drop. ...
... world. :). We snagged a rental car, (Macyn had to wait for the rooster to leave before getting into the car) and a quick half hour drive Kehei and we were checking into our beach front hotel. The views stunning, the air was hot and wet, and the sound of the ocean filled our ears. This is a slice of paradise. After settling in we hit the beach for some play. The waves were big, Macyn got ...
... she started making leis. We watched her for a while and then she helped Katy make a bookmark. She kept talking about weaving for a while and then went back to making leis. Katy was watching and Mona handed the lei to her and had her finish it. When it was done, Mona placed it over Katy's head and gave her a kiss on the cheek. Very cool! We got back on the road ...
... as we'd found out when we were there before that saturday was Maui's World Whale Day festival. This is basically a fundraising and awareness day for various non-profit whale organisations based in the area, with live music, craft stalls, food stalls, you name it. We filled our bellies and emptied our wallets, spotted Mick Fleetwood (of Fleetwood Mac) eating at his own restaurant's food stall before he appeared on stage later in the afternoon, and had a lovely chat with one of ...