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Travel Blogs from Lahaina
... companies lined up by the road leading to Makena Beach public restroom. I guess the only way to find out is asking people. Going down the vans, eventually found our guide Steve. Looks like we hit the jackpot, as we're the only two people with him. Private tour with group price, can't be luckier!
7:15am meeting time. A quick orientation, and only two of us, Curtis and I were in the water by 7:30am, first ones in before the rest of ...
... through the show they performed a song and had everyone in love come forward to dance a waltz together. Greg and I danced. It doesn't get any more romantic than dancing on the beach with the sound of the ocean waves gently coming in and beautiful Hawaiian music playing.
We thoroughly enjoyed our entire evening. We experienced our first Hawaiian Luau and had an absolute wonderful time. A night I won't soon forget!
Aloha ahi ahi - Lori
Today we arrived in Lahania, Maui, once famous for whaling and the wild times between the whalers and the Hawaiian women. . The island of Maui was once the royal capital of the Hawaiian Kingdom. In the 19th century, Lahaina was busy whaling port. Today Lahaina is a bustling town awash with Hawaiian traditions. On Front Street, the ocean and mountain vista frame show off the historic architecture. ...
... we saw everything from starfish to eels!
Dave: finally, the dive instructor let us loose underwater and Dave took my hand and off we went. This is worth a mention because if you haven't held hands below 60 feet of water you need to give it a go. With his underwater camera in hand and me in the other, Dave led us through schools of fish and coral....there you go for the romantics in the crowd: this was beautiful.
Mahalo and speak soon!
Friday 9th November at Mau’i 1430
Just to clarify why I put dates and times the start of most of my entries. Sitting next to the International Date Line I am aware that my NZ readers are already into tomorrow, my New York reader is 8 hours ahead and you UK guys are fast asleep at 0019 according to my PC.
So we went off on our submarine trip. It was very good, we saw shipwrecks at ...