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We had booked a snorkelling excursion out to Molokini Crater this morning, so we were up early to head down to the marina. We found the slip where the Four Winds II was moored and parked. We checked in and not too soon after the captain was wondering around, introducing himself and getting to know the crowd - he's quite the character! The boat holds 127, but lucky for us there were only about 50 people registered for today. We boarded around 7 and ...
... shoes in the pack ready to go and Melissa loved hers so much that she wore them on the trail. We first spoke to the ranger who Melissa told that we were only going to go a little ways in since she kept trying to tell her not to go due to the "dangerous conditions." I must say that I was very proud of her and even started to believe her myself when I found myself openly agreeing and backing up her lie that we would be right back out and had no plans to see ...
... sickness for most of the trip and it rained. We are staying in a cabin in a state park tonight. Dinner in Hana and then we plan on spending the rest of the day exploring around the cabin. We decided to go to the black sand beach. There were a few other people when we got there but before long we had the beach to ...
... and at the beach enjoying the gorgeous sunny weather and working on our tans. The next day we went out on a guided reef snorkeling tour and spent the whole day on the ocean we managed to see heaps of whales and a few turtles which was really exciting as well as all the other tropical fish! We had another day of relaxation before heading to a really exclusive Luau called the Fest at LeLe where ...
Cereal, toast and half a grapefruit for brekkie, then head in to Kahului to seek out Costco. Costco not open yet so drive into 'town centre' and find Bounty Music on way. One of the recommended Uke retailers on Maui. Go in and meet Paul - young Hawaiian guy who spends an hour or so walking us thru different sizes, woods, makes and finishes. We have a favourite but decide to think about it. Costco is mobbed so we head up to ...