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... the waves crash onto the volcanic rocks. After a picnic lunch and some shaved ice from a local stand, we made our way back, and along the way found a secluded pool at the bottom of a waterfall for some swimming and jumping in.
1. The joy is in the journey. The Road to Hana can be a great excursion even if you ...
... Ulaʻula (Red Hill). From the summit you look down into a massive depression 11.25 km (7 mi) across, 3.2 km (2 mi) wide, and nearly 800 m (2,600 ft) deep. The surrounding walls are steep and the interior mostly barren-looking with a scattering of volcanic cones.
At 6.30am we head back down the mountain for the one hour thirty minute drive back to the condo for breakfast.
So today we headed to Ulua beach to do some boogie boarding and snorkelling. We ate lunch at the beach as well. We spent a few hours at the beach, before coming home to relax and then go to Lahaina for the last part of the afternoon and to have supper with Auntie Susan and Uncle Neil (who arrived in Maui late last night) and dad's friend from work, Joan, and her ...
... trips to Hawaii), and shared memories from our years together and other great trips.
* We will definitely be back. James votes for moving here for a year. I think it can be our go-to spot. And we are both on the same page that we will not be dragging along whiny brats. So either they can be well-behaved and appreciative and come along, OR they can go visit grandparents ;)
This is just a quick post to say that we do have some stuff up and coming; but we made the trek to Hana last night and our internet connection is 'sometimey'. Here's the quick version: the luau was amazing and we managed to get a full video - we'll likely be able to post some snippets from ron's video camera soon. Ziplining was cool ...