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... option here in Hawaii also.
In all likelihood, you will not see this entry before we slowly make our way to the airport for my journey home. We are going to stop by Ho'okipa Beach to see the surfers and maybe kite or wind surfing. After the beach, we are planning an early dinner at Mama's Fishhouse. (Remember the photos?).
Somewhere along the way, I will have to change from my Maui clothing back to mainland clothing. Yuck!
See you soon in another entry!
... Hawaiian's are. So, for those that install solar panels (or you are a rich American who owns a whole island with dreams of filling it with wind turbines - not going to happen, by the way, endangered birds on the island, sorry mr Richie rich) and plug into the grid, the government MUST buy the extra power that you produce! Seems reasonable, until too many people are doing it and your power rates go up because the utility has to buy all his ...
... met outside the toilets just off the ship in Kahului and I changed into my bathers. There was about 24 of us and they too us away in two groups on the buses. We travelled for about half an hour to Haleu heading on the road to Hana, nearly 300 bends and 9.5 hours. I know the day is supposed be great but I've had enough time on a bus thank you very much! We signed a waiver and handed them back to our guide, Ashley. She gave a commentary on the way, we passed a famous beach ...
... going all the way into Kihei for a trip. The staff were fun and courteous and full of information. We started with a safety overview of the boat and everyone was offered a continental breakfast of muffins, bagels, fruit, coffee etc. looked good I passed for obvious corn reasons. As we left the harbor there was a huge bank of smoke a definite fire...turns out that they burn off the sugar can fields after they harvest the crop what a ...
... great meals, and have a few more days here before returning to the mainland for meetings and kids' activities for a week or so.
Today was a great day, though, as we were out on our kayak and had the opportunity to get "up close and personal" with some humpback whales and their babies. Some people in another small boat took some photos of us that appear below, and we also got a great video that we will try to upload to the blog site.
It is so fun to ...