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Travel Blogs from Lahaina
... huge array of Maui fruit, meat, make your own omlet bar, eggs Benedict, lox and capers. It was great and just what we needed after the not-so-special food on our Hana trip (not complaining!) After breakfast, we headed to the pool to get seats and I headed to the ocean with my snorkel gear. After snorkeling at Hanauma, I was itching to check out Black Rock. I got right in, swam past the beginners until I was in about 25 feet of water. I was solo this time so I ...
... What fun! Water is warm and wonderful! We LOVE IT! Bill finds us in the water and we snorkel. We absolutely had the best time! We saw beautiful fish and an eel too! Beautiful schools of tropical fish!! And when we went to Turtle Town, Bill followed a turtle (can't touch or you get a $10,000 fine) almost all the way to the shore! Lily and I never saw a turtle but we saw the most amazing fish! I don't have many pics on my iPhone that i took myself but we have them on disc and ...
... to tell me how much nicer New Zealand was than Australia (but we all know that any way) and that the highlight of her trip had been the Rotorua Agrodome.
Also the people we have meet from the Eastern side of the US are surprised that it has taken us less time to get then it did for them.
Not dolphins or whales yet, and no I wasn't allowed to help change the bus ...
... departure board for the gate
but no flight to Madrid was listed. Eventually, we found out the flight was
delayed 3 hrs.
Went to the AA counter and explained that we had connections
in Madrid and Rome and after lots of discussion, someone told us they would
change the connections in the system so we would catch them. Gave us a nice
printout of the new connecting flights.
Arrived in Madrid, gain flying with AA and minimal service
... West Maui Volcano, it can only be approached from Central Valley so I think it's best considered here. A several mile road winds its way up the Iao Valley from Wailuku, a lovely drive through lush rain-forest.
Iao Valley gets its name from Iao Needle, a rock pinnacle stretching to 2250' (just under 700 M) above sea level. The adjoining small Iao Stream gently tumbles down ...