West Molokai Resort
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A nice relaxing day... We got under way at around 9 am.
We decided to go to the east first, all the way down to the end, to Halawa Beach. It was a beautiful drive down there with nice views of the ocean, Lanai and Maui. To bad it was hazy, so the view wasn't very clear. But nice all the same.
When we got to Halawa Beach, we werealmost the only ones there. Except for some very friendly local people, who told us a little about the history of ...
Today is the day for the mule ride. I have been looking forward to the tour for a long time!
We had to be there at 8 am and we were. After a short introduction, we all got a mule to ride on. We were told the mules picked by the similarities between mule and rider. Erwin's mule was called Smokey and my mule was called Alika. The mules were eager to start and apparently there was an order which mule would go first. Erwin and I were almost at the end of the ...
We've dubbed it "The Last Resort".
The condo that we stayed in was somewhat removed from the walking dead ambush area, and was actually quite nice - the condo was well appointed, the grass was green and well kempt, and other than a slight surplus of wild turkeys strutting about the place was very pleasant.
The day brighten up considerably. Kaunakakai, generally referred to as "town" is a 30-40 minute drive (over the aforementioned ...
2 days is too long for this let down of an island. The last hour of our trip we spent sitting in our rental car in the airport parking lot. There was nothing else to do. We took the 3 mile hike down to Kalaupapa where we learned not so much about the history of the place, then were pretty much exhausted from the uphill 26 switchback climb back. The company we payed a lot of money to basically grant our way into the place, were out of stickers, ...
This morning we are off to one of our most antecipate tour of this trip : the Infamous Mule ride of Molokai. This is ranked as the one of the MUST do's in the World. Angela and I are a bit nervous about riding on muleback, but according to the reviews, it doesn't sound nearly as bad. We took the taxi to the mule barn and the owner introduced us to the mules in the facility. The stench of the mule poop was a bit overwhelming, but it was ...