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... we knew we had to transfer to two other buses to get to our destination. The weather was hot as usual and the air con in the bus was working great so it made for a good trip.
We liked the sights and got off the bus and had a look around at the first tranfer point. There were a number of lovely Resorts but it was very quiet in this location, so we bought a snack to get us by to lunch as we had not had any breakfast. While waiting at the ...
... foliage. Josie was our trail leader once more. Mark stopped and took lots of photos of the falls, then we were back on the road.
Around 11:30 we stopped for lunch. Oh miracles of miracles, there was actually a McDonald’s in one of the larger towns. The kids were delighted.
After a quick lunch, we got back on the road and made good time to the airport. The airline wanted us to be at the airport 90 minutes before the flight. ...
... another very decent walk to get some incredible views of the shear seaside cliffs that were HUGE. Just a note for people visiting this the walk requires you to climb over a barrier so is not obvious and is probably 1 1/2 hrs return.
So its good bye Maui, we have just loved every minute of it, such a diversity of scenery, incredible snorkelling, friendly people, whales and beaches everywhere. No one would be disappointed with a holiday here there is something for ...
... Sidebar note: West Maui is also the gateway to the islands of Lanai (great snorkeling) or Molokai (former leaper colony).]
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... will rope off the area they are sleeping in so they are not disturbed by people. It can be deadly if they wake up and swim to a new location as they are so tired, they could drown.
Monk seals do not migrate seasonally, but some seals have been tracked traveling hundreds of miles in the open ocean. Individual seals often frequent the same beaches over and over, but do not defend regular territories.