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... the staff there often share leftovers left by guests with each other.
We then headed down for a leisurely family walk along the beach. We wore dry "street" clothes and intended not to get too wet, however Macyn, who is now in love with the ocean, couldn't resist and she got wet, but we were bound and determined not to change clothes.
After we loaded up the car and checked out of our hotel/condo we took a short drive to ...
... who were staying in Kaanapali, a short drive from Lahaina). When we got to Lahaina, we went to the Lahaina Cannery Mall to go to this lady's shop we really like. I bought a "Honu Crossing" sign (Honu is Hawaiian for sea turtle) from her store, and mom bought some gifts to take back home. We shopped around a bit with Auntie Susan and Uncle Neil, who met us ...
... their backpacks.
Because it is on a volcanic area, all of the plants and animals that are now present on the island were brought by pioneers or naturally (two thousand miles through the air or sea). Once the organisms got there, they went under strange adaptations to make the species unique.
More endangered species live in this park than any other national park in the United States.
Each morning visitors come to the summit of the volcano to watch ...
... 3 tastes of pineapple wine from Tedeschi winery were great and got the buzz going after a long day. Then, the other honeymooners we made friends with had the same idea as us: buy beer from a local general store. But wait, where do we get a beer opener? Oh yeah, my husband is "that guy" with the beer opener on his phone ;) So, beer on hand as I write this blog entry. And I know that it can't explain the day to the level it deserves so I implore everyone to come ...
... to go. We told the kids that we would look for a family to pass the boogie boards on to. Mark saw a man with two little girls and asked Mac if that family would be okay. All was agreed, so our boards now belong to a family from Quebec. Mac told that family that they had to pass the boards on to another family before they left Hawai’i. We hope our boards will be passed to families for a long time to come. But we’ll never know.