Maalaea Surf Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... blown off I decided that this was just enough for me. Geoff, Matt & Lachlan went to the next one up which was a waterfall but alas there was no water only the cliff which it usually cascades from. Lucky for me I must have known that so I saved my feet.
We left home at 8.30am and returned back 7.15pm. What a day!!!!
Tomorrow wont be long in the car at all, I think that we are over the looooonnnnnnngggg trips for the moment.
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 ...
... Canyon in AZ,” I admit, “even the red rocks.”
“Wait until you see the private beach that most people don’t know about,” the Jeep owner tells us. “It’s a half mile walk through a jungle and down a cliff.”
“This is the whitest beach sand I’ve ever seen,” Pinky remarks.
That evening, after the Jeep owners drop us off at our hotel, Pinky and I have dinner ...
... the day was to make sure we were able to get to Hana and back to Mama's Fish House for our 5:30 reservation, so we made sure not to stop at every photo shoot along the way...it was tough as the lush jungle like vegetation was stunning. The scenery was incredible, lush jungle vegetation, gorgeous flowers and views of the ocean so beautiful and photographer's dream place. It was something out of Jurassic Park movie! The water falls were nice but really they ...
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 ...