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... each tree. And within each tree
they had other multiple trees intertwined and wrapped around. It was crazy. And
one tree had a bunch of names and things scratched into it and I quickly found
a “Shannon” so that was cool, hah!
We walked to the main street of shops right off the coast of the water. There
were familiar shops like Billabong, Hurley, and Van’s (I got Taylor a present
from there!), but there were a lot of souvenir ...
... we made our way back to the condo and pool. He is fine but a sandy beach was not a good plan.
We watched a great sunset from our deck, Doug and Patti's last night on the deck.
Dinner out was at the Sheraton they make amazing short ribs... we had a fun night. Patti and I actually stayed up till midnight our latest night on the trip :-)
Well I have to say that Maui exceeds my expectations.
The exchange house is well located, being about one kilometre from the beach, in an older development on a ridge. Naturally the gardens are very tropical and the beaches are fringed with palm trees. We have seen turtles swimming in the ocean and there are lots and lots of whales, which we can see breaching from our verandah. We also get great views of the sunset.
We have been trawling the resorts ...
... show with dancing, music, and food and a free bar, what more could you want!! Sunday - today we decided that we would tar the car round the island and do some snorkeling. First stop - Boss Frog's. This is where we would hire our gear. We chose to hire an underwater camera too to capture any of the sealife that we may come across. The guy in the shop was really helpful and gave us a map of all the good bays and beaches to go to. We headed up north to Napili Bay. It was ...
... called Lahaina which is supposed to be the biggest place on this side of the island.
In the mid 1800's, Lahaina was the capital of Hawaii and on busy days over 500 whailing ships could be seen anchored off shore. With the advent of electricity, whaling became a dying industry and sugar became the main Industry on the Island. After some time the capital was shifted and the islands economy dropped off somewhat.
Aside from ...