Kaanapali Ocean Inn
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... because the whales were that close. On the attached picture, you can see a whale come out of the water just before he went under the boat. After the cruise we had a late lunch at one of the beach restaurants. Then back to Boss Frogs to get fitted for our snorkel gear. We got back to the condo rather later and decided to cook dinner rather than go out. We'll have our anniversary dinner tomorrow.
Chuck and Sheila
... of her 30th birthday was not likely the same as it would have been for her at home.
Fighting off a cold that was moving through the group of us, I didn't go to the 6-hour snorkelling cruise which turned out to be uneventful and allowed me to show up in fine form for the evening at the Old Lahaina Luau, a traditional hula and feast. What furn that was! The photos say it all.
During our planning of the this trip, my California brother who ...
... my 4 day hike up 14,000 feet to Machu Puchu, this is a walk in the park. In preparation for the Camino de Santiago, I feel this is a decent distance to start becoming comfortable with. Although the average walk on the Camino is 12-14 miles per day, and I'll be carrying a big pack. The uphill hike ends at a parking lot where a shuttle picks you up at 1:30. Five miles into the trail I begin ...
... the 3 mile Laperouse trail (the dirty trail I was talking about). My calculations had us at 20 minutes to the trail, 1:40 to complete the trail and 1 hour to the hotel giving us 1 hour to get ready for the luau if we had left before 12. We were in the car at 12:50 and I was starving so I found out from a local where the next taco bus was on the way to the trail. My wallet and I have grown a whole new appreciation for the taco bus and anything on the ...
... arrived to some mid 30 degree temperatures. We had been warned, but I don't think we were quite prepared with just how cold it was going to be. I'm from Wisconsin and we now live in Colorado; it can't be that cold. We both had on our long pants and sleeves, and wrapped ourselves in a blanket we grabbed from our hotel room. Not enough. I would have killed for a hat and gloves. The wind was pretty dang fierce, which only added to the frigid temperatures. But it ...