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Travel Blogs from Lahaina
... Murray drops off the car at Dollar. The drop-off was pretty quick and efficient. They didn't want to see the petrol receipt, presumably believed the fuel indicator, did a quick inspection, and issued a paper receipt for the car on the spot.
Back at the terminal, we sorted out our documents, as we were catching separate planes. We were using 6,000 United Frequent flyer miles each (plus $2.50ea tax) for the flight. Dianne originally made the booking, but ...
... worlds best banana smoothies again and pretended they were alcoholic like a boss. Unfortunately we got caught by neighbours who asked what we had ordered so that was a fail. Seeing as Dave is such a sweetheart and knows I'm not good a sitting for very long we decided to mosy down to the water for more swimming / beach exfoliation before heading out to the hotel boardwalk to wonder past the beach. There is a little village called the Whalers village about 1k away that has a ...
... and the promenade outside
is full of people taking pictures of the scene. The whales can still be seen
out at sea. Once finished, we head back
to the bus stop through the spitting rain and have an effortless journey back
to the hotel, managing to catch the free shuttle bus for the last link. All now
hinges on tomorrows weather. If the red sky is anything to go by it should be
great, but everyone is telling us the forecast is not good. We will wait and
... experience in itself. Absolutely huge, like a B&Q, crossed with a Tesco Extra. We get our tent here (cheaper than SA), and I buy a couple of racer-back bras, a cool vintage Hawaiian calendar and monkey buys a t-shirt. Hungry now, we head to Da kitchen to share another traditional Hawaiian plate, this time with a side of Poi - we'd been told this was a totally ...
Today James took a private kiteboarding lesson right where the sport was invented.
I had gotten some great advice to check out Paia a nearby beachfront town with lots of good shopping. So I left James to learn a new extreme sport and quickly burned 2 hours buying souvenirs and checking out lots of the boutiques. For a moment, I lamented not knowing the gender of our baby because there were so many cute baby ...