Spyglass Maui Rentals
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... breakfast on the boat, bagels and fruit. They went through their safety demo, and a few speals about renting waterproof cameras (we did) and a snooba option (we passed). And soon enough we were out on the open water. They suggested that we might see some whales as they had in last little while, but I wasn't getting my hopes up. I remember when we were in San Diego several years ago and went specifically on a whale watching tour, and while we ...
... bag from submerging. I slammed my toes into a few rocks and toppled over but kept the balance to stay afoot, literally. The water was also really cold so that didn't help the situation but we made it to the Twin Falls. I was so excited to see that the water became deeper so I could swim instead of endure more stubbing on the rocks so I jumped into the frigid water and swam in and out of the waterfalls. Melissa just could not seem to dunk herself passed ...
... trip to Maui, others say it is over-rated, and give it a miss, so it’s obvious we’ll have to find out for ourselves.
Set out at about 9AM, with basically the same clothes and equipment we took snorkeling yesterday. Our ipad navigation package (Ulmon CityMaps2Go app - $3.79, which we’re very happy with) helps us find the quickest way onto the Hana Highway, which we follow all the way to Hana and a bit beyond. The early part of the highway is ...
... Poke), passion fruit Ono ceviche and Kahlua-style shortrib (a style of pulled pork served on the Islands). Two very pleasant surprises were the wine that they served with the menu. Not your average big supplier stock. It got slightly embarrassing asking the server repeatedly to bring the bottles out for a quick photo. Check out the Dolcetto from Palmina Vinyards, a mom and pop vineyard in Santa Barbara. The ...
... into the hills above Kahului) to find Uke shop 2: Mele Ukulele. We wander about Wailuku first - frontier town feel. And have Thai iced coffee and pecan slice in Wailuku coffee co. Then find Mele ukulele, where Austin shows us their own brand of solid koa ukes. We really like two of them, but despite Austin offering to throw in a free case, we decide to wait til we check out all the Uke shops. We drive down to Da kitchen - ...