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... half of his costume. Bit funny but the talk on sharks was very interesting.
Good timing coming out as the showers had just about cleared but the wind for most of the day was up to 45 kmph. You ask me how I know that, I just looked it up on the weather station. I knew it was blowing a gale. We have been lucky with the weather until this morning.
Next inside stop was the Whale Museum at Kaanapalani and then a quick ...
... decided to hit Kula early tomorrow morning when it's likely to be sunny. Instead, we grabbed a couple of movies from Redbox and headed back to our timeshare. Donna is making soup and un-meatloaf while I update the blog, aided by a fresh glass of Asti Spumante. You must understand that the Asti is partially a precautionary measure, in case the Chargers get blown out by the Broncos tomorrow afternoon. In that case, we'll need it to drown our ...
... from Jurassic Park. Being a tad HAngry (when you are so hungry, you start to get angry), we gave in and bought some of Julia's banana bread- a little shack alongside the road that had advertised banana bread miles ahead of the actual stop. The $9 loaf was worth every penny. We scarfed down a few pieces and made our way back to the stop we had originally planned on and missed- the Olivine Pools.
This stop, again ...
... home we stop there. The beach is gorgeous! But being so late in the afternoon it has gotten windy and the waves are rough. We decide we are too tired to deal with the surf and sit on the sand, a welcome relief for our butts after the rocks at Honolua. While we sit a young woman and an older woman come out of the water together. It was quite clear that the older woman had never been in the ocean before - she had an excited, semi-terrified look on her face along with ...
... swimming and sand castles and we hadn't even hit lunch. I'll spare the hyperbole. Suffice to say, we'll be preachers about the beaches too. Kids are loving it. For provisions, I've picked up a sampler flat from the Kona Brewing Company: Longboard Island Lager (4.6%), Big Wave Golden Ale (4.4%), Castaway IPA (6%), and Fire Rock Pale Ale (6%). No clear favourite yet. Mel grabbed a 40 pounder of Absolut and a couple bottles of wine. You ...