Cliff's Edge At Huelo Point
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... we were so exhausted (it was 10 hours later, after all), we headed straight for some pizza and beer...yeehaw! After dinner, we stopped into Peter Lik's gallery. His photos and the way they are framed and displayed, are simply amazing. If you don't know who he is, here's a link to the gallery: http://www.lik.com/galleries/lahaina.ht ml Tomorrow, a short flight to Oahu for a six-hour tour of Honolulu, then on to the island of Kauai for some resort ...
... and girls were all adorned with beautiful Leis (flower necklaces) and the men and boys, Kukui nut necklaces that gives the wearer power and change colour when used as prayer beads and rubbed. Very thoughtful and beautiful party favours. Allow me to take a sip of my beer now while I remember what we did next... Ahhhh..... Right. After that we all hit the beach. Much relaxing and sand castle building was accomplished. We usually are not at the beach at noon ...
... I have Bryan here to ground me or I would have definitely jumped into the high surf for some body surfing yesterday :-))
Things on the to do list:
Swim with the turtles
Shops at Wailea
Oh my what a lovely day and it's not even all done yet :-) We made our way back to Hanolua Bay again late morning the surf was lower and Bryan thought much safer for snorkeling. We carried only what ...
... highway, then turn around and come back. Mark was close to running some crazy tourist off the road anyway so prob for the best. We see some crazy island guy in a blinged out BMW come tearing past us while we stand looking at the view. Bonkers folk here :). We nip back into mana foods in Paia for tomorrow's dinner (kalua pork, potatoes, sprouts and cherry pie with squishy cream!) - tomorrow's lunch being taken ...
... lunch, people snorkeling and Snuba diving, and also videos of all the fish and other sea creatures he had seen while in the water. He told us the names of each of them. He was lucky enough to have the Moray Eel come up and put his nose up against the camera, and he also saw an octopus! He said they are very timid, so once he found which hole the octopus was in, he left his camera by it, and soon enough, the octopus swam out of its hole. He also told us ...