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TravelPod Member ReviewsNapili Village Lahaina
Places to eat. And a beach. Not much soul.
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... jail time. I'd put money on an angry Mel against man or beast. Following that, the two Brians and I went on a grocery run and popped into the Tiki Hut on South Kihei Road for a couple of drinks. It's one notch above a dive bar but its drinks are wet. We inadvertently ordered super girly Mai Tais. Lots of fruit and umbrellas. All of us then drove to Lahaina and checked out the famous banyon tree and some of the ...
... flat land between the two volcanoes, pretty well all planted with sugar cane, and dominated by the large bulk and steaming chimneys of the sugar mill. There is probably a lot more land under cultivation than you would think, obviously enough to support a large mill, but the scale of the two volcanoes makes everything else seem small.
There is a surprisingly large traffic volume, most of it going our way, and all of it faster than the speed limit, so we tend ...
... felt a bump so it was pretty stable compared to the tender.
There was a message from Phil and Judy about dinner so I called them and told them we had just arrived back and would meet them shortly. Once we arrived at the Capri dining room, we were re-directed upstairs to Portafino where we sat on a table for 6. We were joined by a Californian couple - Kay and Ron - who were very nice.
I ate a seafood starter ...
... and us not getting any younger we tried it later in the day. it was well worth the trip. On our return we used our lanai for the first time to sit with a glass of wine watching the surfers.
Our first impressions of hawaii are that even though we are in the middle of the pacific there is no way that we are anywhere but in the USA - the buildings, the roads , the shops, the lifestyle could be anywhere in small town America on ...
... a good 300 hundred feet from shore and still couldn't see many fish, so she headed back in. Mental anguish over. From Bree: I felt like I did snorkel for a long time, maybe because every minute felt like an eternity out there in that open, yet murky, water. I did see some cool reefs and fish. There was a possibility of seeing even cooler fish but being solo and out so far was not my cup of tea. Ok, back to Kevin... **we found out later today ...