Kaanapali Ocean Inn
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... of the heavy fog, which came in handy later when we couldn't see down to he hundreds of feet below us. This part of the hike was by far the hardest part of the trip. It was all uphill and felt like it never ended. The terrain was uneven and hard to cover, but we finally made it to the top 7 hours later. Writing this the day after, I can say I'm less sore than I anticipated but definitely feel those 11.2 ...
We went snorkelling at Molokini Crater. We went on the Four Winds ll sail boat. I got to drive the boat for a while. When we got there I was the first one into the water. I saw an octopus and an eel. They were lots of different fish, some larger black and silver ones, little yellow fish, blue fish ...
... Still feeling the effects of yesterday's all-day drinking extravaganza, we mellowed out the rest of the day by hanging on the beach with Brad and Kaci, snapping some sensational sunset photos and hanging with the crew for another delightful family-dinner night. Receiving news from Drew that he had coordinated a tee-time at Kapalua Bay Course for 10am the following morning, I fell asleep that night with visions of luscious green fairways and panoramic coastline tee-shots dancing in my ...
Today was our ocean day with a Trilogy sail to Lanai, an island 15 miles west of Maui. Sharon and Gary joined us on this excursion, leaving from the harbour at Lahaina at a very reasonable hour of 10 am.
The trip over was beautiful and calm interrupted by spectacular views, a few flying fish, and many false whale spottings by overeager tourists. Even the captain spotted a 'turtle' that turned out to be a big leaf. Our ship was ...
... various sides with veggies, taro and rice. Although it was a buffet, each dish was expertly prepared and it didn't feel like they had taken shortcuts with quality- it was all delicious. I think I ate my money's worth in ahi poke alone. In addition to the buffett, the luau features an open bar with every kind of tropical cocktail imaginable, beer and wine. The staff continually came around and bring more drinks and to clear plates, providing excellent and ...