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... see that the road to the peak is open, and parking is available there, so proceed up the steep winding road to the peak (at 3,055 metres, or 10,023 feet). There is a good garden of the silversword plants, a shelter with views all around, and a path to an overlook. There is a road to the complex of observatories, but there is construction work going on, and no public access, so we take photos and head back down to the Haleakala Visitor Centre which is right on the edge ...
... looks like glass. But when the sun rises and sets there are diamonds glittering as far as the eye can see. We both feel incredibly blessed to once again feel the salt on our skin and a sea breeze in our faces. It's hard to be away from the ocean when you are a sea baby and visit the beach often during summer at home! You should hear it at night. We have been sleeping with the door open and the waves just lap at the rock about 5m from our hotel. Bliss. We found one of the bars ...
... a few crashing about and breeching.. all very
exciting. After breakfast we set off along the beach to do some snorkelling.
There is a reef just off the beach and the fish life is supposed to be good.
Unfortunately there are quite a lot of breakers crashing in, with quite an
undertow, so the visibility is not too good, but we do see quite a lot of
We walk back to the hotel, but this is not the
weather for sun bathing. There are ...
... views out towards North Maui, with Haleakala at our back, the house is perfect with a huge lanai (balcony/veranda) from which we watch, with a glass of champagne, the most awesome red ball sunset. We watch the sun descend rapidly into the sea. Then head inside to get pretty drunk on the welcome-basket red wine, the rest of the champagne, and Kano brew co beers. Oh, and watch doctor who Christmas special. What a ******* perfect Christmas Day. ...
... to lay back and read. When you're not feeling it, you're not feeling it! In the late afternoon, we headed over to Lahaina to check out some shops and get a nice meal. Lahaina is an old fishing town and what used to be the main port in Hawaii. They have a well known banyan tree that takes up one city block that was cool to check out. As always, we took a few panoramic shots :) We then found an old vintage sign shop and although we have ...