Hostel City Maui 1
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... had a great many adventures together. The snorkeling visibility isn't quite as good today as when I went last week with T n E, but the coral gardens at the end of the Bay are again quite awesome. K n N saw a group of turtles eating an algae down 30 feet out there but LRC and I missed them. On the way out I head off the trail to try the swing tree again. I'm starting to get the hang of it. Later in the afternoon decide to start a drive around the western ...
... privately owned but rented out by the owners. The beach is across the street and there are shops a couple of blocks away. We went for a walk to the shops to get some supplies - coke, wine, fruit, biscuits. There are several restaurants - Mexican, Thai, Steakhouse and a Bistro. There was a natural food shop where a I made a mixed salad to go which was very nice. We were supposed to go on a tour tomorrow but they had overbooked so I ...
... I do, what is my path? The author has written chapters to help his readers answer this personnel question. I have skimmed over a hundred exercises designed to assist in the process. If I was distressed over my progress in knowing my signature path, I would/could probably read and practice all of it carefully. Gibran wrote that speaking murdered the mind's travels. Or something like that. So I write my thoughts down as a comprise to speaking them out ...
... this over time, but it took constant attention and over confidence led to some entertaining close calls. Tyler and I both went down ******* one hand once, and I caught myself at the last second on two hands another time, miraculously holding my backside an inch or two above the mud. Emily's use of a long stick was impressive. It took over 3 hours to complete the 6 miles and we all earned our shaved ice with two tropical flavors and vanilla ice cream at ...
... br> We arrived back at the condo. Our first task was to check to see if our resident turtle was feeding at the seawall. Sure enough, he was there chowing down. We took a few pictures, watched yet another perfect sunset and then headed up to the condo to start dinner.
We plan another whale watch tomorrow.
Chuck and Sheila Noel