Hale Kaanapali Hotel
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... cool. Trees everywhere. Mist everywhere. Chickens everywhere. Roosters crowing everywhere, relax I'm up already. In order to get to the water you had to navigate about 10 feet of slippery rocks and then another 5 feet of rock in the water before you could start swimming. The treacherous terrain aside I would not be snorkeling. I watched Bree gingerly merge into the water like everyone else. It was like watching babies walk for the first time. ...
... were a few swimmers but there were many more surfers trying to catch the waves.
We prepared a picnic lunch and joined many others who were enjoying the sights and sounds at the beach. We hated to leave .
The flight to Maui was short. We were in the air for less than half an hour. After renting a car we traveled approximately 30 miles from Kahului to Ka'anapali on the west side of the island. We made a stop at ...
... Flossie last week we were told and they shut the road down for the day (or two) as it was too dangerous to travel until they fixed it. We stopped on the roadside for a continental breakfast and lunch. Our guide was great and very informative. For more info, go to http://m.gohawaii.com/maui/regions-neig hborhoods/east-maui/hana/ . It can explain it much better than I can and has an ariel view of Hana and I am in San Francisco airport (8:43 am) with limited wifi connection. ...
... It was "conjecture" to say what would happen to the “very experienced” tug master, he said. It was also conjecture as to say whether the incident would jeopardise future open days.
Mr. Smith said nobody was injured in the incident but the Toila was filled to capacity with 50 people on board.
The incident happened as the Toia was motoring up the port side of the ...
... at a huge blowhole that was really going off. The surf happened to be on the larger side of average, so It shot up a good 80-100 feet. We were able to stand in the rain and spray from 100 feet away. Pretty cool. We marched on and at Napili Beach, we found a nice restaurant at the north end. The surf was big and as newcomers to the beach came down to stand, a big wave would crash and carry up to the top of the beach, and sweep them away. A lot of really big people ...
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