Wailua Bay View Condominiums
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... us pretty good on the boat. On the way back to Port Allen, Captain Ian kicked the catamaran into gear and we screamed south along the island coast. Even with the rough ride, we enjoyed some experiences you don't normally get to experience. We encountered a bit of a rain squall - which made it an interesting ride. We also seen several rainbows due to the rain in the area. Just before we got back to harbor, ...
... really enjoying myself and I'm in and out of the water too. I was asked by the staff to judge the Hottest legs competition. It started at 2.30 pm so I said yeh. Andrew didn't want to go in it. It thought he would have done well. There was four of us girls on stage and the whole ship was packed to the gunnels in all decks watching. The guys had three pass by's to convince us to score hight. We had score cards from 1-5. We had a ball and so did they. We were ...
We stopped for a light lunch on the way back into Koloa at Brennecke's across the street from Poipu beach where we went snorkeling yesterday. It was perfect! Surprisingly amazing New England clam chowder. You can take the Praskys out of New England... This afternoon the clouds took a hiatus and we are left with the most spectacular day. We cashed in on our free cabana. It's divine. Living like rockstars. This evening it's off to dinner at the Beach House with Gary fader and ...
... the crowds in the Theatre, there were plenty of people going on shore excursions today.
We were soon marched outside and joined the bus. Our bus driver and guide was Lisa who moved to Maui to be with her niece about 7 years ago and hasn’t looked back. She kept us entertained all the way, cracking jokes etc and was very friendly.
Our first stop was at Poipu Beach and specifically “The Spouting ...
... hiked through the jungle, including several stream crossings where we had to wade up to our knees. Thankfully they had ropes across all the streams, because all the traffic made the water muddy and we couldn't see what we were walking across.
We soon arrived at the top of a ridge with a beautiful view of the jungle valley. And then it was time to zipline! We only did two ziplines, one out across our swimming hole, and one back. I've been ziplining twice before, so It wasn't ...