Kaanapali Ocean Inn
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... and trying all remedies I know of. I continually find my thoughts focusing on my intestinal state. I can't really speak about this situation easily with my brother-in-law and sister-in-law or the housekeeping lady or Dave, the guy who rented us our snorkeling gear. Certainly Jim is not overly interested. So I hold back, adding conversational constipation to my dire situation. In past travels I've had either diarrhea or constipation although I tended toward the ...
... had a lot of bars and 2nd floor balconies that overlooked the strip. People with costumes went up and down the strip while people without costumes stood on the balconies drinking. I dressed up as superman. I actually bought the costume last year, but never used it because the Halloween parties in Buckley are lame. It was one hell of a Halloween party. We got back early for me at about 10:00 and passed out.
The 2nd day ...
... we go!!"
Before getting too far, we stopped at a small diner that a local recommended we stop at called Grandma's Coffee. We walked in and found a warm welcome- locals having breakfast barefooted and telling jokes. It was great to feel like we escaped the typical crowd of tourists, even if only for a bit. I ordered a bomb veggie omelet with rice and Keller got Grandma's famous Meatloaf Loco. Along with a few coffees, it was just what we needed after ...
... just one backtrack. Getting out of the car, I reached for the camera, went through my bag. No camera. "I can't find the camera." We take everything out of the car...no camera. I'm back to feeling hysterical.
We go back to Turtle Town, to where we had left our towels and stuff. And AMAZINGLY Jeff finds the camera in some very tall grass. I can't believe it!
Okay, onto Big Beach. It is beautiful, but I think I am in a little shock. Every time the ...
... and packed the supplies for today's outing. Mel eventually went for a run too to try and catch a second wind and then we were off to Lahaina. Henry and I were destined for the Sugar Cane Train and Mel and Penny were off to the outlet malls. The ride to Lahaina is pretty cool as you get a great view of some of the surf and surfers. It's wild just now as we approach a full moon. At the Sugar Cane Train, Henry played on the full-sized, decommissioned engine ...