Kihei Kai Oceanfront Condos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we get sever Mai Tai in us. We finished our lesson and headed out to the cabana near the pool to soak in the shade. We were just in time to have a drink on the happy hour menu - what a way to go. We took a walk over to whalers village and looked around the shops for a bit but had to head back since we had dinner reservations in lahaina. We walked around Laihaina a little bit before we ...
The Polynesian triangle links New Zealand, Tahiti and Hawaii and in ancient times Polynesians considered everything within it their territory with the ocean as the most important element. Having visited both New Zealand and Tahiti I felt the need to square the triangle and go to Hawaii. Unlike the ancient Polynesians I was going to fly with Westjet rather than navigate by stars.
Ten days on Maui felt like holiday after the month in Vancouver of Hell-ta CELTA and I spent ...
... hit by a second wave. Water, salt, and sand leaked out of my nose for about half an hour after that. Luckily, Carissa and Watson caught the show from the balcony. :) After the paddle all three families convened at the pool for some fun splashy action. We are so proud of Macyn as she now has zero fear of her face being in the water. The snorkel trip should be fun for her now. :). Also while at the pool I found ...
Day 2 - Monday morning in Maui. We are up early and Bryan is off on a long bike ride, the biggest concern is the sun he doesn't want to burn but he's loaded down with sunscreen, water and Gatorade so hoping he has a great ride.
I'm catching up with my e-mails and the tech world then I'm off to the gym. We are here for so many days we need to find a normal routine. ...
Beginning in the 1830s in Hawaii, if you had leprosy, it was grounds for arrest and banishment to Kalaupapa, with no discussion, and often, no notification to your family. The boats would initially bring people over and drop them in the ocean 1/2 mile from the shore and require them to swim in to shore, and then figure out their lives from that point forward. Pretty cruel and barbaric!
A Catholic priest, named ...