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... rainforest environment.
Once you pass through Hana itself the terrain of the road changes dramatically there are sections that if you drive on them will invalidate your car rental agreement. If the Mercedes E350 I was driving had been my own I would have had second thought about proceeding..
We managed to progress unscathed driving along gravel and dirt single track road along cliff faces. It was sometimes very difficult when vehicles came the other ...
... cheapest one the girls could find on Expedia and our criteria was it had to have clean beds (for napping) and a pool. When we drove up to longish driveway to the property we saw this abandoned looking derelect building. Carissa started freaking out. Near the check-in office we saw Mel and Duncan, they had just checked in and had big smiles on... either they missed the haunted house or they knew something we didn't.
Sure enough, the house ...
... pamphlets in English. So we got into the Maui Ocean Centre and we went through the various buildings and got great pictures of all the sea life at the MOC. Our pictures turned out great. The highlight of the trip was seeing all the cool fish as well as walking through a glass tube with fish swimming all around us. A stingray swam right over us! It is really cool (and kind of scary). But for all the people that worry that the glass tube will break and the fish ...
The morning started with rain and lots of it in sudden, short bursts. Originally we wanted to head to the Seven Sacred Waterfalls, which is part of Haleakala National Park, but we knew that if it was raining, there was no point as the pools would be closed. Too dangerous, as there is the fear of flash flooding.
So we had the morning to relax a bit. The kids were excited. They like just hanging around.
We like to get ...
... it’s because of folks like her. Hawai'i has banned plastic bags, so grocery stores don’t offer them and almost everyone brings a bag because if you don’t, you have to pay for a paper bag, so there’s a conscientious effort to keep things tidy.
Cynthia introduced us to Snoop, the beach dog, who has an owner but who also roams all around the town. Snoop roams so much that the local police officer had to give him a ticket ...