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... so I put on a light sweater I had brought in case the theatre was cool, and changed from my sandals to a pair of shoes I had thrown in the car. We donned our hats and headed for the path. There is not much for hiking there, one paved path with stairs leading to a viewing platform for the needle, on the way down we took the path beside a fast moving stream and another path that loops around some vegetation. We had made it most of the ...
Arrived in Honolulu around 9.35am on the same day as we left. Flight good but hard to get comfortable especially to sleep. Airbus 330 not as good as the 380. Denise had a turkey sitting in front of her who was wriggling, jumping up & down all night as well as deciding to put his seat back at anytime. Got out the plane and weather was warm and we had to walk a distance to get to ...
... turns out to be extremely easy – just fill in a form, and you’re given a card, which saves dollars every time you shop.
Being so close to home, we head back to put food in the fridge, have a bite to eat, then head out the other way, North then West, around the head of the bight to stop at Maalaea to look at the small boat harbour with a Coast Guard Station, and a view of the islet of Molokini. We get caught up in the road system, and have to make ...
... play in the waves (I'm getting slightly less scared of the big waves now!), and even spot a few whales breaching on the horizon!! Certainly not a bad way to start the two weeks in paradise.
The following day we joined the free tour from the hostel (the hostel does free tours every day). On tuesdays they do a drive along the road to a town called Hana, rated as one of the best drives in the world. It was certainly spectacular, although I was glad I wasn't the one doing ...
... it a try tomorrow. To the left of us
is a huge wide rainbow stretching across the sky. Quite the biggest and
brightest we have ever seen.
We get to the resort in time to catch the bus and a 20 min
ride gets us to Lahaina. This is very much a tourist trap, with lots of gift
shops, lots of art galleries and lots of places to eat but clearly has a great
deal of history starting with some missionaries around the 1800's, before it
became a whaling town. ...