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In our quest to find activities that would entertain both a five and twelve year old, we found the Maui Treasure Hunt. This adventure is set up ideally for kids in the 6 - 9 year old range, so we were hoping Abby would be a good sport (like usual) and that Gavin would step up to the plate. We met our Czechoslovakian guide, Mark, at a park and ride outside of Wailuku. As we were climbing into his van, we realized that this was not a private ...
... flow. First stop: Iao Vlley for more hiking. If you've never been, it's worth the trip. The verdant jungle clings to steep mountains, thrusting dramatically up into the sky. It is easy to see why the ancient Hawaiians considered this place sacred. After our muddy and steep hike, we stop to soak our feet and wash our shoes in Iao creek's lithe water as it rushes from the mountains under beautiful trees. Back in the car, we head north and west around the wild ...
... the road. We headed north to the town of Lahaina which turned out to be quite easy to locate as we just needed to turn left at the right places.. This was a town were new development was banned in the 1950's so it retains a vintage appearance. Front street is full of shops, galleries and restaurants and we spent a couple of hours wandering around. Next we travelled a little further north to Kaanapali which is where the posh hotels hang out in the north of the island. It was ...
... careful only not to let the spelling check twist, substitute nor corrupt my meaning. A patch of blue is beginning to show through the clouds. The drizzle has moved on to wet another part of our planet and the birds have restarted their pleasant tropical racket in the forest behind me. I pickup a discarded car crushed soda can and place it in my basket before turning my bike around and heading back down the hill. ******************** After breakfast, we ...
... It was fun talking with Lorraine and Guy as they prepared it for us. Tyler could still remember the last time he had had one there, some 18 years before. We had sat out in the back, looking out over the cove directly below their house and were treated to the antics of a dozen spinner dolphins. I have thought of that day often over the years, imagining what it would be like to live in that little village along the stream, growing papayas and bananas by the ...
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