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... know people pretty well. It's only when you say goodbye that you realize you don't even know their name. You do know where they're from, what they do and what they're celebrating though :) The couple next to us tonight was from Brooklyn, which we just visited in June. We had a lot in common with them and shared some good foodie tips on restaurants here, in NY and Chicago. The couple across from us were nice too but the lady made me a little uncomfortable when ...
... the boat picks us up at a different location. We managed
to get a lot of footage of that dive, but that means that Ron has a lot of
editing to do – there’s only so much coral that’s interesting in a video! I
want to add here too that this was our first drift dive and I personally found
it difficult. In my opinion, it required much more control and finesse and I
found myself constantly fighting to be in ...
... not the ideal place to bed down in the
streets so we eventually found a hotel, Hotel Orientele where the night
manager, to whom we are forever gratetful, did some shuffling and found us a
room. Remember this is now midnight.
A few pointers for the unwary:
If you have multiple connections always pack essentials in
Don't rely on partner airlines to communicate with each
other, eg, AA and Iberia could not. And ...
... go whale watching and snorkeling. It's here you'll find the small but interesting Maui Ocean Center. Spread over five acres, this is the largest aquarium in Hawaii but still small by most standards. The Ocean Center highlights local fish and sea-life It has a huge walk-thru shark tank and an assortment of smaller exhibits. There is an unusually interesting gift shop, better than ...
... souveniers which didn't cost an arm and a leg like it does back at the resorts. It really is a neat area...just have to get by the creepy feeling you get when you first arrive. Dinner was spent at a restaurant called Maui Fish and Pasta. Fish on Thanksgiving! Again, weird...but delicious. The food was amazing. The kids ordered tropical drinks and even convinced Jeff to try a blue hawaiian drink. Katie finally tried pineapple and hated ...