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... Lookout Fruit Stand (it was mentioned in our book). I had crepes with fresh coconut, almonds and Nutella. Jeff had a hunk of freshly baked banana/pineapple bread. Both were delicious. Above is a photo of the young woman who was at the stand which, by the way, is in the middle of nowhere.
Because we were driving up into the rainforest we weren't surprise that it started to sprinkle. One of the most famous things about the Road to Hana is the number of ...
... and headed for open water. Now I'm generally horrible when I try something new (just ask Agata about my first moped experience) but paddleboarding was something I could do. My pizza-slice feet and lightbulb big-toes gave me good balance, and the manoeuvring was akin to canoeing and punting, both of which I've had some practice at. We went south about 100 feet offshore and traced my running route (about 5km there and back). Paddleboarding is at once totally ...
... had a whopping great 'shave ice' which he destroyed in short order. We had dinner at Kool Cats after a near terminal wait. It's a grubby but suitable family restaurant. I had the Bottle Rocker burger which, I'm certain, means ominous things for my colon or Mel's sinuses (or both). It had jalapeño poppers as a topper. We'll likely return to Lahaina for some more intensive shopping. We got home at around 9:00pm. I'm ...
... quite spicy followed by a salad then Beef Medallions and Pineapple Brulee. Doug had a seafood starter then calamari then icecream and caramel sauce.
All four of us went to the Princess Theatre where a comedian was performing – he was funny in some parts and a bit flat in other parts !! Go figure !!
We called into Facets to say “Hi” to the girls, chatted for a while and then hit the sack !!
... with only wiping out the beauty and diversity of Hawaiian wildlife also brought waves of Protestant and Catholic missionaries who promptly set about wiping out the detailed and rich Hawaiian culture and religion and replacing it with stoic Protestantism and Catholicism. The two sets of missionaries competed heavily and almost everywhere you see a Protestant church on the islands, you’ll see a Catholic one right next door. It wasn’t all bad, though, ...