Wailea Elua Village
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... the next job was to feed the animals. Peter keeps the following animals on his Ranch... African geese, Tilapia fish, goats, chickens, a duck, Greylag geese, two cats and Elmer the dog. Without invitation he also keeps a healthy population of singing birds, scorpions (who like our outdoor toilet), biting centipedes, Jackson chameleons, slugs, spiders, mosquitoes, cockroaches, mice, ants and termites! Well ...
... it was still quite warm in the back rooms of the house. Because there was a pullout in the living room we weren't too worried as
we could separate if needed to cool off in the heat of the apartment. But after tossing and turning throughout the night trying to find the right position to sleep in and trying to open all the windows and re-positioning the fans, I started to feel a bit worried about what the next 5 nights of sleep would entail.
... point for all Internet connections, they are not stupid slow Internet = more drink sales. During our shopping we would look across the water and see one of the islands then look back and it had disappeared behind a mist/cloud so it did not even appear to be there at all. I think that we have been lucky but apparently Ana is at our next island we fly to tomorrow so in or another overcast ...
... with our own wine in hand or remaining up in our room for a bit to start the day fresh tomorrow. Tomorrow we will be relocating to the northwest side to Kaanapali beach but have a few hours to kill prior to checking in so we plan to take the "dirty" hike to the lighthouse on the LaPerouse hike through the lava rocks. Following check in we will be attending the first of three scheduled Luaus. Talk to you soon!
... left, not to worry). Last night's boys night out left me a bit dehydrated in the cranium area. I slept poorly, dreamt of scorpions and was boiling hot. Woke up before everyone else to rehydrate. The clan woke around 7:30-8:00 and we had a leisurely breakfast. M We then decided to head to Makena State Park beach, or Big Beach for short. It's only a ten minute drive from Kehei, and the drive takes you through scenic ...