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... trip. They recommended renting wetsuits, because although the water isn't freezing, it is cool enough to make you uncomfortable after snorkeling for a while. We took their advice and all rented the wetsuit jackets they offered. They also handed out flippers.
We also learned about many of the surrounding islands. Kaho'olawe was a military bombing range for many years, and was only recently given back to the Hawaiian people. Lanai is an island that was ...
... shops and bars etc, found myself sat in a Hard Rock Cafe drinking apple orchard cider and finally reading The Ghost 3 years after watching the film and thinking the book might be a good read. Another souvenir glass and pin to add to the collection and i walked up to the old Lahaina Luau.
It was an expensive do but an all you could eat buffet and endless cocktails made it easier. Limited myself to 4 cocktails in fear of slipping into ...
... it to me.
* Another big thanks to the MEO driver for the ride. She could have easily declined and made me walk.
* As I sat endlessly on the beach, I remembered a horribly hilarious thing a former friend used to say: "I wonder what the poor people are doing?". I know. It's awful.
* Never believe or trust a disgruntled ex-employee.
* Sadly, the nicest people I met on Lana'i were the three-hour daily tourists.
* This beach is a world gem. Truly ...
... as large, comfortable and accommodating as ours. To enter the water there were 2 step ladders that dropped between the hulls at the front of the boat that made a very easy walkway down to the water, with about 30 people on board this was also a pretty slow operation. For the more experienced snorkelers they had an express entry where they opened a gate in the railings and you could jump the 6ft down into the water. Fiona thought we should take the quick way in. Now those of ...
... plantation flowers & fruits.
Their crops included sugarcane, papaya, mango, guava, bananas, taro, macadamia nuts, coffee etc.
I was reminded of the Guava, Mango and coconut trees at my home town when visiting this farm.
It was almost 4 in the evening and we wanted to watch the sunset in one of the beaches. Before heading out to the beach, we wanted to buy some fresh fish for dinner. We got some Tilapia's and sword fish and other ...