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... This is a dirt road and a wild and raw part of the island. Finally home where it was windy and cold. After showering we were off to the Lemongrass for dinner. Usually a good meal and good experience but tonight were overrun with wait persons-every couple of minutes and they grabbed our plates away before we had laid our forks down! Not the pleasurable time we have had there in the past. Forecast is for same wet and windy for the rest of our time ...
... supposed to be 12 minutes from
the car p/u - by the time I found the place and parked walked up 3
floors and got to the front door it was 11:14PM. Condo is lovely as
described and true to the pictures. I unpacked, had a shower, a
ginger/lemon tea and was so tired I crashed around 12:30am.
Cow, I had the most spectacular solid deep -deep sleep. My body
definitely needed that. Nothing like getting on ...
We stopped at Nualolo Kai for snorkeling. I tried to put on the mask, but I panicked from the claustrophobia. I settled for floating in the water with a pool noodle. I don't think the snorkeling was very good anyway, so I don't think I really missed anything.
The ride back to the harbor was especially rough. Lots of bumps, but we stayed in the front boat anyway. We made it back a little later than ...
... so early because, on the way back, there are definitely more people on the trail--we had it to ourselves, mostly, on the way up.
After the successful hike, we all settle ourselves down on Ke'e Beach for a snorkel. The snorkeling here is great--except for the people! First, the snorkeling: the water is so calm you don't really need fins (but I still use them) and we see lots of fish we hadn't seen yet (dang it that underwater for breaking!!) We saw ...
... a school crossing patrol person shepherding his small charges across a very busy road – you might think this is a strange idea, but as a primary school teacher I saw one every working day, and the contrast in appearance with ours really reflected the difference in climate: our George always had long trousers, gloves, greatcoat and rain-deflecting hat, but this guy was in shirt-sleeves and a straw hat!
Now to the flight: of course Ellen ...