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... swim in beach, huge under tow. So we came back to the pool, swam, slept sun baked and we are now sitting at the outside bar doing our blog. Early night tonight as we are doing tour to Manu pick up 6.50 wake up call 6.15. Mum if you look at the picture of the gardens it is almost identically to Fiji gardens just more lush, and the frangipani trees flower with their leaves on. They are expecting big winds here on Saturday so all tours are ...
It rained all night which made for very nice sleeping in our cabin. The rain stopped about 7:00 so we explored the coastal headlands adjacent to the cabins. We stopped at Hana again to try and find the red sand beach (eroded cinder cone). Not that exciting so we moved on. With all the rain the previous evening, we were a little apprehensive about returning from Hana ...
... and at the beach enjoying the gorgeous sunny weather and working on our tans. The next day we went out on a guided reef snorkeling tour and spent the whole day on the ocean we managed to see heaps of whales and a few turtles which was really exciting as well as all the other tropical fish! We had another day of relaxation before heading to a really exclusive Luau called the Fest at LeLe where ...
Had three hour delay due to understaffing at Indy. Then passenger became ill and we returned to terminal for paramedics. Spent the night in Phoenix then flew Portland to Maui on Monday. Long flight but worth it. Condo had live Hawaiian music with hula dancers young and old at the pool yesterday. Life is ...
... but as green turtles make up a good part of the sharks' diet, we looked from the deck! Yesterday, we ventured north and east, to drive the Hana Highway, considered by National Geographic to be one of the greatest drives on the planet. It's only 51 miles long, but with 620 bends and 59 narrow bridges, it takes some time! The road is predominantly through rainforest, so the weather changes quite dramatically along the way, and there are amazing views from ...