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... have been some clues in there to prepare for rain (hint: we didn't). It was beautiful in Kihei when we left, and nice in Wailuku when we got then, but not too long after the turnoff it started sprinkling and when we got to the booth to pay to enter the park the gentleman asked if we wanted to stay or just turn around since it was raining. We decided to stay, and hung out in the car for a few minutes until it stopped raining. The ...
... 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 ...
After breakfast we go looking for Safeways, and eventually find it by chance away from the beach near the Pi’ilani Highway which runs parallel to the beach behind most of the built-up area. It is a large supermarket, with lots of choice, kept bitterly cold by the AC and open chilled food shelves. We buy fruit, frozen meals, bread, generic cereal, pre-mixed caesar salad, milk and tiny carrots, but find we still have to join a club to get the ...
... had no problems getting on. So we eventually arrived in our island paradise, and were transported by a hilarious taxi driver to our hostel.
We spent the first afternoon there mostly chilling out and dozing - having crossed the international date line, it felt a little like groundhog day - we actually lived through 9th February for 47 hours in total!
On Monday we headed down to the beach at Pai'ia - a stunning beach where we could enjoy the sunshine, watch the surfers ...
... on the horizon and the rain is
spitting on and off. So what do we do? There is a free shuttle bus to the next
resort and from there we can take another bus into Lahaina town. We just miss
the free bus, so decide to do the 15 min walk to the next resort and on the way
check out a place called Black Rock, which is a rocky outcrop and the snorkelling
is supposed to be great there. If the number of people in the water is anything
to go by it must be good, so we ...