Lahaina Ocean Front Estate
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... waves crashing into the rocks, sending a fine mist into the air. We wandered around and took quite a few pictures and headed to our next destination. We headed back down the highway to mile asker 38.5. The road to get here was very narrow and windy, two lanes (one each way) but one of the bridges was one lane only, at least there wasn't a tonne of traffic! Not too far from the mile marker is Nakalele Blowhole. We parked and walked down to see if ...
... was plenty of water. Lucky us! David took a hike further up the rocks and into some of the caves. Donna did some recording of the sounds of the water to use in future meditations. On the way back we found some redwood trees. Called Betty's Beach Cafe which overlooks the Feast at Lele, a luau in Lahaina. Got a reservation for 5:45pm. Since our hike finished at 1:15 PM, we decided to stop by the Maui tropical plantation on our way to dinner. The owners ...
... Keller asked of our resort bartender, since they weren't listed on the menu.
"Does a bear **** in the woods?!"
And with a few smiles, our paradise vacation was officially underway.
Our first full day in Maui was spent transitioning into island life- slowing down and completely relaxing. It took all of 30 seconds. Because we hadn't fully gotten used to the slight time change, we were up ...
1. Security lines at EWR before sunrise on a Sunday morning are so long, you are forced to high-tail it to your gate to make your flight.
2. Security lines at PHX midday on a Sunday are non-existent.
3. The quality of first class service is very dependent on the airline and aircraft you are flying. Our "first" class flights were not that classy.
... It is on a Dragonfruit farm. We got there and checked in and they gave us a short tour of the farm on our way up to the top of the track. We got to pick our own pineapple. Aquaball is a giant clear ball that you crawl into and they throw three buckets of water in. Then they seal it up and push down a 450 foot track. You get to do it twice. Nicholas and I did it, but ...