Ho'olei at Grand Wailea
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You wouldn't think those two go together but in Hawaii today they did. We had a relaxing breakfast with the birds again. They do like to make themselves at home. Right outside of breakfast was a local woman who makes these beautiful flowers out of clay for your hair. Very Hawaiian and apparently if you wear the flower over your right ear that tells men that you are single. So of course Kathy and I each got a flower to see if we could attract a cute boy - the fact that the flowers ...
... I did not properly research how to surf and the fact that I should have worn some sort of shirt during this self taught lesson. So what I learned today was: don't mock a 12 foot board because it's still not easy to stay on when water is moving beneath it, wear a shirt, and rent a board where there are bigger waves. There were also rocks ALL over the place so they gave me these goofy water shoes but I am happy they did because ...
... order. Us women will be sure to hold this picture as collateral in the near future. At 3pm, we all converged in the lobby and then headed to the big town of Lahaina on the west coast of Maui for shopping and dinner. The town is quaint, busy and hot. It is a historic town and Front St. Is where the action is. We started our exploration of this town by checking out the famous banyan tree. It is quite a wonder to see, but perhaps ...
... happy to do a few days of lolling. And oh, did we lol.
We rediscovered the beach. Oddly, for people who live in a city with some of the best city-beaches in the world, we spend very little time there. I also discovered Poke – a Japanese inspired Hawaiian dish consisting of beautiful red sashimi style big-eye tuna with ogo (a Hawaiian seaweed), soy, sesame and some chilli, often served with lightly salted taro crisps. It was awesome. Every place ...
... and family friendly there. Good safe swimming. I get half soaked paddling with Mark, and we all eventually watch the sun go down. Then I spot a black hump out to sea, and for another half hour we watch two? whales pop their humps above the surface, a tail emerges once and a couple of blowspouts go off. It's amazing to watch, in the pinky light of dusk, on the first day of 2014. :)) We head back ...