Puunoa Beach Estates
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... later so we had a great seat to see the view while we had our first two Mai Tai of the trip. Even better they were only $4 each. Now we really are feeling the island spirit and may not come home. We settled in at the hotel and then had a great dinner. We had a fabulous steak and a fish platter - of our own making. The two martini didn't hurt in having a good dinner either. We were all set for a good nights ...
... said they saw turtles in the cove but they were not there when we were on the hunt. We decided the water was getting a little too rough for comfort so we headed back to the beach where we returned our snorkeling equipment and played on the beach for a bit. As you can see by one of the pictures, Melissa's manner of playing tends to dunk me under the waves. She also did this a couple of times snorkeling because she forgets that ...
... bit. It was very pleasant but it is time to get out and continue doing nothing...
Back upstairs, Jeff has read that the Maui Brewing Company brewery and restaurant is in this area so we take a walk to see if we can find it. Yup! It is a less than 5 minute walk from our condo. We check out the menu and decide to have dinner here tonight. Last night's dinner, after the Road to Hana, was two bags of microwave popcorn. Tonight ...
I'm going to keep this brief and perhaps flesh it out tomorrow. I am bagged. We spent the morning on the beach doing the usual things and then transitioned to the pool. Here Mel received some unsolicited "helpful advice" from a woman about how we needed to be more careful putting sun lotion on our kids' faces. It was a totally random but infuriating event and that lady is very lucky that Mel was taken aback and not inclined ...
... of the windscreen turned immediately opaque as the sun hit it, and we were forced to jam on the brakes to miss a car we had seen parked by the road just before the windscreen went opaque. We managed to see enough through the side windows to get off the road and clean the windscreen with a towel, no mean feat with a large sloping windscreen.
We carried on through a residential area reminiscent of the more flash parts of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, with ...