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From the park we drove back toward the airport. We got dinner at 'Da Kitchen'. It's close to the airport and looks like a hole in the wall, but the food was excellent and reasonably prices. portions were big enough to split. We would recommend stopping in for a bite, particularly on your way to or from the airport. They were busy, but we didn't have to wait long and service was fast. We dropped Jen at the Delta Terminal and headed for ...
... the water. It is a historic Hawaiian spot and provides some of the more popular snorkeling on the island. The water around the rock gets deep and jumping off of it into the water is something that both locals and tourists attempt. As the sun sets each night, the Sheraton holds a Torch Lighting and Cliff Diving Ceremony complete with a Hawaiian conch shell horn, which we could hear from our condo each night.
The Sheraton in Maui has the look of a ...
... evening, and after 9.5 hrs flight, arrived in Auckland on Wednesday morning - hence the fact that day 27 blogpost will be blank.
Hopefully we are done with the North American airlines.. got to be said that United does not rank high on our carrier of choice - however the convenience of being part of Star Alliance left us with limited choice.
... pool and ordered a mangotini. It was ver nice, go the free pour, it had gin, granmarnier cranberry and orange juice and lime squeezed in. We were so much more relaxed, Andrew had stopped stressing and all is good in the world. At 6.00 pm, Andrew went to a photography class, so i sat at the pool I a bed lounge, the sun had already gone down and ordered another drink. Ohhh the year are strong and I was only just finishing it when Andrew came back 45 minutes later. I met ...
... sea. Murray has had enough snorkelling for the day, but Dianne decides to have another go, venturing a fair way out in fairly shallow water, but doesn't see a lot, but it was just as good as the earlier swim. On the way back through the lava-rock passage to the entry spot, she nearly gets caught by the "wave of the day", but manages to see it in time, and waits for it to go before coming in.
Driving back towards civilisation, we pass the Makena State Park ...