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Ty and his partner won the doubles competition. Ty made it to the finals of the consolation bracket. An awesome showing and he brought home a trophy from his first-ever tennis tournament. The first Hagan participant in a tennis tournament that I know ...
... to turn it on in the 2nd act - yay! I have been excited about this production since I found out about it online a few weeks before we left. Elf is one of my favourite movies, and with the holiday season fast approaching, I knew we'd have to go to this. Well it was fantastic! Lots of great local talent, a super script (Broadway I believe) and some wonderful music. A great way to top off this day. Now to beat Joel in scrabble again... ...
... to Hilo. The flight was very short and surprisingly smooth. Pam and Bill were there to greet us with their big Hawaiian smiles and leis. What a special treat! After picking up a rental car, we followed them to a couple stores so we could top stock up on supplies and then we followed Bill to their wonderful home. It sits on 3 acres and has plenty of space for the two of them and their four dogs. We collaborated on the big spaghetti dish for dinner that ...
We slept a little later this morning, heading to Lahaina at 8:30 for our trilogy tour to Lanai. Wandered around Banyan square and geocached while we waited for departure. The ride over was smooth. Flying fish but no dolphins. We went straight to the beach and started snorkeling. The surf was up so it was kinda tough. After snorkeling, we sat on the beach for a while. ...
... The corals and the fish were pretty cool, although after Thailand and Australia they probably had too much to live up to and weren't as good as either of those, but this was more than made up for by the abundance of turtles! We'd been told this was one of the best places on the island to spot them, and they weren't wrong - we must have seen six or seven in total, sometimes following two at a time, with many coming up to the surface right in front of us. I made a few attempts at ...
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