Hostel City Maui 1
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... and has decided he doesn't like to be held. He has no fear now, which is somewhat concerning as he just goes for it. I had to pull my face down child out of the water on numerous occasions. (He was only that way for fractions of a second, for all those wondering). Lunch and nap times followed. Macyn and Carissa headed back to the pool for a bit while Owen continued his nap and I started to make supper in the condo. We had some simple pasta and meat sauce ...
... to see no turtles. We laid on the beach and watched an amazing whale show they are just so playful it's truly incredible. Who needs tours we are having a blast so far doing our own thing.
We went to our pool deck for the Wed. evening hula show and Mai Tai special now back at the room for room service. I love having a full kitchen but dinner needs to made for me ...
... 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 ...
... beautiful nature. On a hike down
to the coast we met a wild horse and a damaged car in the forrest. We were
quite lucky when we got a ride back up to the lookout point.We met Barbara in Hilo and then went up to Mauna Kea to watch the stars. At this point I
first felt sorry for having forgotten my winter clothes at home. We stayed the
night in Volcano Village at Volcano Hale (doubleroom for three).
On Friday, we drove along the east coast to South Point and ...
... as it was getting busier and busier and we were both drenched. On the way back to civilization we dried out a bit though and so decided to stop at the lookout overlooking Ho'okipa beach. This is the surfing beach on Maui and the waves were massive.
After watching the surfers for a while we were dry enough to head into town for some lunch. After a relaxed afternoon we headed over to the other side of the Island to watch the sun ...