Lahaina'S Last Resort
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... This largest of the Honu does not seem to need surface either. It has fully ten times or more the mass of the much younger one who rises to breath every minute or so in the murky distance. Honu thrusts its beak into cracks in the rock, at the same time eating and holding its massive body stationary amid the surging water. I use my fingers to do the same. Recreational snorkelers behave much differently, but it does not matter what I may look like ...
An early start to the airport on Mother's Day in the US. A amazing sights as we took off from Honolulu on the 35 minute flight to Kahalului Airport on The isle of Maui. We arrived at about 3pm and were stunned by the amazing view from our balcony ( or Lanai as they call it here.) went to stock up on bits not at the Condo. And returned for a relaxing meal. We watched some sea turtles feeding from the beach, sparrows feeding from the Lanai edge and the stars at ...
... has no traffic lights. If he can maintain that small, uninhabited island feel while making the roads passable, it will be a fantastic place to holiday.
As we pulled up along the south shore we saw the Four Seasons hotel, famous to me because the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stayed there once, along the cliffs. We thought about staying a night in Lanai on this trip, but with the rooms going for over $800 a night, ...
... wall to get to a place to see the falls. There were a number of people swimming in the pool below the falls, but we did not want to participate. Along the way back we explored a tree limb cave (that's me standing in it), some interesting gates, and some trail views. Once we returned home, we waited for the delivery of manure for the banana trees. It was dumped on the site of my future ...
... so exhausted (it was 10 hours later, after all), we headed straight for some pizza and beer...yeehaw!
After dinner, we stopped into Peter Lik's gallery. His photos and the way they are framed and displayed, are simply amazing. If you don't know who he is, here's a link to the gallery:
Tomorrow, a short flight to Oahu for a six-hour tour of Honolulu, then on to the island of Kauai for some resort ...