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... I stopped and got an ice cold coconut. This was our first experience with a fresh coconut. We are both not impressed with the coconut water. We will split the coconut open tomorrow and get at the meat. I know I do like fresh coconut. We finished the night off with a swim in the ocean. The water was awesome.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... decided to hit Kula early tomorrow morning when it's likely to be sunny. Instead, we grabbed a couple of movies from Redbox and headed back to our timeshare. Donna is making soup and un-meatloaf while I update the blog, aided by a fresh glass of Asti Spumante. You must understand that the Asti is partially a precautionary measure, in case the Chargers get blown out by the Broncos tomorrow afternoon. In that case, we'll need it to drown our ...
... 10 USD for the very same pineapple that I could see growing just over his American shoulder. It wasn't even like I could say I would have been boosting the wealth of the 'first people' as it was a leathery aged 'white' American that stood before me and in front of his pineapples.
I tell you $10 for 10 seconds work, I want a gig like that. Most incredible of all was a 'soursop' for sale at a whopping $25. That's £15 for a piece of fruit. Having spent nearly all of the ...
... Whale skeleton suspended so that was cool to learn about. As we walked back towards our room they were having a nightly cliff diving ceremony. Basically the traditional tribe believed if you dove from Black Rock Cliff your body would join the plane of the dead and one day a revered Chief disproved this by diving and returning to the land of the living so they continue the ceremony every night to honour this. We were back on the shuttle to Lahaina for dinner at a place ...
... in the Pacific, you see.
And so this is the place we brought ourselves to next. For the first five days we stayed in Waikiki, a resort town on the busy island of Oahu. Waikiki is all 5 star resorts and designer shops. You couldn’t walk down the street without tripping over a Prada, Gucci or Chanel doorstep. I saw an orange jumper I liked in the Hermes window. We went in to check it out for the craic. It was $3,500. Not our sort of shopping.