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I actually got up on stage with some Polynesian dancers tonight! It was such fun! I mentioned afterward that I'd done performance dance in college and the guy I'd danced with said he could tell! How awesome! Earlier we went to Lanai and had a lot of great experiences there too! I got some lovely earrings and found a black pearl in an oyster! I also found a ...
... is not that impressive referring to the length of my legs, but when Darryl had his legs straight out in front of him he barely reached them under the seat in front of him! Perfect. Then through the whole flight they kept asking if we wanted anything from the menu. We had a cheese, apple and cracker plate each. And a few snacks to supplement things I had packed :). The flight went well and a couple of movies and a good portion of ...
... about 4:00pm.
On our way back to Kahana, we stopped at a Hawaiian BBQ joint for dinner at the Maalaea Harbor. When we finished, we headed back to Katana. Unfortunately, there was an accident on the only road there. It took about an hour and a half for a 20 minute drive. We got back to the condo at 10pm. Time enough for a glass of wine and then crashed for the night.
Chuck and Sheila Noel.
We've been in Hawaii 10 days now and have yet to stay in a city. On to Lahaina, a gently aging beach town that has held on to its days-of-yore vibe. Front Street is 2-story buildings refurbed in the style of the day, no high rises in sight. Whales breach and blow within shore view and beaches run into each other for miles on end. A lay-low stay enjoying the beach and prepping for ...
Finally, blue skies and no rain greeted us as we sailed into the harbor of Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. In the 19th century, Lahaina was the whaling capital of the world. We tendered to the island and wandered down historic Front Street.
We enjoyed a visit to the famous Banyan tree. The tree, planted in 1873, is over 60 feet tall and has 12 subsidiary trunks to help the ...