Rainbow Surf Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... sun and too much liquid so she didn't have lunch. She went over near the bridge where there was a little shade. By the time everyone had finished lunch we were at Turtle Beach for our second dive. This time I decided I needed some help so I tied a flotation belt on and also took a noodle for extra buoyancy. It was shallower this time and I could actually see some coral. But I had way too much buoyancy and couldn't get my flippers under the water properly. Talk ...
... for the evening. Mama's is clearly doing something right and once the food was dropped off, we understood what. Each of the daily catch menu items described when, where and by who they were caught that day. Straight from the hook to the table is the business model that made Mama's famous and to order anything other than the freshest seafood imaginable is considered sacrilegious. An out-of-this-world ceviche was followed up with melt-in-your-mouth Mahi and a Hawaiian mixed plate ...
... by 6:30am. Of course, we had to stop for breakfast and get my favorite breakfast burrito at Jack in the Box.
The south side of the island gets a lot of rain and it was raining when we started on the road. Our first encounter was with a rainbow. We snapped a couple of pictures and was on our way. The first part of the road was through the rainforest. Since it is wintertime in Hawaii (the ...
... Ah well, I eventually got the hang of it again and puttered around after Joel for awhile. I went up earlier than he did though to grab some lunch - they served up pulled pork, chicken and hot dogs, some veggies and Maui style chips - good stuff. On the way back we lucked out and briefly saw a dolphin and then we headed closer to the marina to see if we could see some sea turtles. We did see one, in the distance, and then it was time to dock. ...
... I suggested that we stop in Lahaina to see if we could find a restaurant on the warf to watch it, and we figured we'd see what the traffic was like and decide when we got there. When we got back to Lahaina, I noticed that an island off shore was going to block our view of the sunset, so we continued on. I had a brilliant idea, to stop for a Shave Ice and watch the sunset in Kihei. When we got to the Shave Ice stand near the condo, it was starting to ...