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Travel Blogs from Wailuku
... two on the entire Island but was very nice with a large common room and kitchen and a free breakfast. The guy checking us in took pity on me as he said I looked hot and gave us our second free upgrade of the day and gave us a room with air conditioning. This was greatly appreciated as we were staying basically at sea level and it was very hot even at night. After checking in it was very late, 8pm, so nearly everywhere in the small town ...
... you are involved in these conversations. Before we knew it, it was almost 5 o'clock.
Our usual evening walk occurred today on Front Street in Lahaina. It was our exercise after sitting poolside for the majority of the day. Vacationing in Maui is a lifestyle we could learn to love. We're beginning to understand why we've met so many people who make this their yearly vacation ...
... stops to see the rough seas around the northern part of the island. The next day we booked a snorkel trip out to Molokini, which is a collapsed volcanic cone that is roughly horseshoe shaped and is home to some of the best scuba diving in Hawai'i due to the clarity of the water. It started off really well but about 45 minutes in a whole lot of American tourists with noodles came floating over to our area. We were then taken to another ...
... 5am early) to pack up camp and get to the summit to watch the sunrise. Very cool to see and lots of tourists with cameras!! The number of flashes that went off was impressive... does a flash help capture a sunrise?? Not sure but seemed the accepted technique of most people. The minute sunrise is over people scatter back into cars and into the visitor center to buy souvenirs!! Once the shopping frenzy was over I ...
... some blood. Despite these mishaps, it was truly a wonderul, solitary day. Back at the hostel, the night would end with the Crazy Hair/Free Beer Keg Party, having an awesome time with some awesome fellow travelers and people. It was so fun, that I missed the First Friday Festival just down the street. I don't actually remember falling asleep or how I got to bed. It's been a very long time since that has happened, but at least all my clothes were on.
I called ...
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