The Guest Houses at Malanai in Hana
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... Good thing we did that since the second hike we had planned for Haleakala was currently closed. We then started our hike down the Halemu'u trail where we descended into the crater via some rocky switch backs. Both Scott and I opted to use our trekking poles here. The view was pretty amazing as you will see in the pictures. The trail was a little more than 2 miles down and then another mile flat to the Holua cabin. Lucky for me ...
... the rest of the day getting groceries, shopping in Lahaina and getting information on future excursions.
In Lahaina, we visited the harbor and the 150+ year old banyan tree. Attached is a picture showing how big the tree expanded.
Tomorrow we will start the activities.
Chuck and Sheila
... a stir anytime he puts up his surfboard sign on the road - means he'll be serving his catch at an open beach hut for lunch that day - usually only one or two days a week. Banana bread stands pop up every few miles, as do "ice cold coconut" stands. As one person put it, everyone makes their own work unless they work for the one hotel in town.
Highlights here are the Seven ...
... the trip back was about 32 miles and Cynthia drove. Even with little traffic at that time of day, we got home around 8:00. I am recharging my batteries today, but Cynthia is as busy as ever. She is high energy.
I know I've sent a lot pix of tides, but they are all different when you see them in person. Hope you're not too bored by now. But this blog contains some videos.
Hope to get back out to enjoy this wonderful environment tomorrow.
This morning started out nice and slow. I walked around the lanai (deck for you mainlanders) and took pictures of the sitting places available. None are ever in the sun and they all have great views. I have two favorites. The one where there are two chairs and a round table. That's my happy hour spot. Speaking of happy hour, the limes here are soooo much better than anything we get at the grocery store. Just ...