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... because of the dragon shape in the mountain side. George Clooney popped up again in The Descendants which is where we are about to have lunch ow at 11.00 am. Lunch was great, the burger was ginormous with waffle fries that were tempured in something that made them light and crunchy. We had an iced tea and the meal came right out. We had a further 40 minutes to have a quick explore around the shops. It's a lot cheaper here but the souvenirs are very much the same everywhere. ...
... like the Palm Beach corner on a wet winter day, and a pier which has seen better days, with the roadway broken up by gaping holes, and a steel fence keeping the responsible out, if not the locals. We take photos of the rugged lava rock headlands, and get back in the car to follow the sign to "Authentic Thai" meals. The restaurant parking is full, and there are a lot of customers waiting, so resign ourselves to a meagre esky lunch, and head for what may be the local ...
... tell. The whales come to Hawaii to breed and not much else and while this female already had a calf this didn't deter the males from trying. We didn't really see much action other then the occasional back out of the water and the blow hole spraying water. But then as we were on our way back to the harbor, the mother and calf decided it was playtime and began smacking the water with their heads and breaching, that is jumping completely out of the ...
... in Monterey, CA. It's about 123 miles long, and plenty to see along the way.
After our road trip in California, we would leave from San Francisco, another destination I've been dying to see, and head out to Hawaii. We begin our Hawaiian getaway on the Island of Maui at the Westin. I've been there before, and it is worth every penny. We would take the road to Hana, of course in a convertible, and rest and relax at ...
... into view as does the massive bulk of the Haleakala volcano to the east. As we exit the plane, the brisk wind, fragrant air and pleasant weather hit us. "Welcome to Paradise!" the man at the car rental counter tells us. It's obviously a well used and rehearsed line, but still appreciated as he's not far off the mark. Maui is a very special place.
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