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Finally, blue skies and no rain greeted us as we sailed into the harbor of Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. In the 19th century, Lahaina was the whaling capital of the world. We tendered to the island and wandered down historic Front Street.
We enjoyed a visit to the famous Banyan tree. The tree, planted in 1873, is over 60 feet tall and has 12 subsidiary trunks to help the ...
... up at Cannery Row. The real purpose was to get sun screen for the two white girls but we found several other shops to enjoy. They even had ice carving in the mall - way cool. We had to head back to the hotel so Kathy could get ready for the wedding. I decided to take a nap (good call on my part) and while Kathy headed to the wedding I headed to the bar. The wedding was on ...
... we have an Asian driver."
Keller walked straight up to the lady- "Get out of the car...get out of your car." And with that, along with some cheers and pictures, he grabbed her keys and proceeded to back up her car about 100 yards so that the line could pass. Crisis avoided.
When we finally were able to turn around, we found ourselves in the most beautiful tiny village of Kahakuloa that looked straight out of ...
We stayed out by the turtle a long time, just hanging in the water, we both started to get cold. This time we headed for shore and went all the way in.
It was so much fun to sit on our hot rocks drying out and talking about the octopus and turtle. I cannot believe we saw an octopus! This bay is known for spinner dolphins, but we didn't see any. It's probably a good thing because I don't think I could have taken much more excitement. ...
... melt fast here... You have to eat fast. We then took an impromptu drive to Wailea. OMG! Now I know how the other half lives. Properties gated and manicured to perfection, but Carissa had done her reading and knew of a beach walk access open to the public. So we were going to take a stroll down the beach but as soon as Macyn saw ocean, she went in it. For a girl who was terrified of the ocean on day one, she sure knows no fear now. Also worth noting, she went full tilt into ...