Kanai A Nalu Maalaea Oceanfront Condos
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... so we are stuck in Maui for a little longer.
My sister Sharon and her husband Gary arrived in Maui last night and got together for luch at 'Cheeseburger in Paradise' in Lahaina. A great time of catching up over burgers although we were concerned about Gary when he ordered the Blue Banana burger which has Blue Cheese, and Banana and Jalopena peppers...he survived.
Sharon joined us for the afternoon on the beach, swimming and sunning and enjoying the ...
Maui is quite close and the ship sailed towards Lahaina overnight. It was another picture perfect day and an especially fun day for ...
... Resort, a hotel rather than a condo so we are officially downsized. Late afternoon and we try to get our bearings quickly. Drive down Alli road to Kealakekua and check out it's beach, snorkeling and tidepools and also see lots of boogie boards at Magic Sands beach. Dinner in Kailua-Kona, then into the pool at the resort. Planning for the next days....maybe the long ride to Volcanoes National Park tomorrow. Waves are crashing, jammies on ...
We are off to Black Rock beach for some sunshine and snorkeling. Later tonight we are having company come over Kris and Jason for cocktails and we are off to Duke's for dinner.
Another perfect day!
Update on day, Black Rock beach was beautiful but it gets rather windy in the afternoon's just like at the lake. We managed to snorkel because the current was not strong but it's more work with the big waves. We saw ...
... One more night at the Maui Seaside Hotel in Kahului and an early start the next morning for our flight to Hilo, Hawaii.
I am some having difficulty with the Hawaiian names here. Lots of vowels and few consanants. Polysylabic rhythumatic murmuring to me-e. I- I simplyee adda somea mora vowelsa atta the enda offa evrery thinga I say eh? . I need to practice my mo better Hawaiian! Cee Youa ona the trail. Toma a