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Left Raleigh at 8:28. Found out I had been upgraded all the way to Maui. What a nice surprise. The first class seats are awesome. Very comfortable and roomy. Arrived in Dallas at 10:30 central time. A 3 hour flight. Left Dallas at 12:15. Eight hour flight to Maui. Very smooth flight. Cynthia met me at airport and we drove to her house. I met Deborah and Terry. Cynthia ...
We slept in today, and decided to find a beach to hit up. One with some shade for me and some snorkelling for Joel. I did a little poking around on the net and came up with Big Beach. We packed up and headed down that way. Being it was a weekday (and not a holiday), it was considerably less busy than the last time we tried to relax at a beach. We parked and hoofed it down to the sand and I picked a nice spot under a huge tree to read. Joel couldn't sit still for ...
... lunch until 4 PM. They offer açai bowls, smoothies, salads, entrées, and more. It's all vegan, organic, fresh, and delicious. We headed back to our timeshare to pick up a few things and take a short nap. We headed to to Costco in Kahului fill up on gas. Big savings – about $3.64 per gallon compared to $4.42 elsewhere. we had planned to head up to Kula to visit some of our favorite Gardens, but it started to rain pretty heavily. ...
... to make itself known and unwelcome in the confines of the Ocean Center. We hoped for a good bowel movement later that night. From there we hit up Coconut's - so named for the owner's cat. It came highly recommended for its fish tacos and man, did it ever deliver. Best fish tacos, hands down. Two kinds of fish, mahi mahi and something else, mango salsa, cheese, coleslaw, and loads of other awesome. It made Maui Tacos' ...
... an artist who still makes "tapa" paper and clothing from mulberry bark, and does some stunning paintings in the traditional Polynesian islander style. We spent a long time looking over his paintings and listening to his reasons for painting them and the symbology and meanings behind them. Looking forward to getting the painting I bought from him up on the wall at some point.
It's certainly been a great first week here in paradise, looking forward to seeing what week 2 brings...