The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui
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... close to the falls but have to travel through the water with large, hidden stones to make to where the falls actually are. This was a painful experience since I had to go barefoot and you could not see any of the rocks in the water below. It also became a game to see who wouldn't trip on one rock, slip on the same rock trying to gain balance and then topple over into the stream getting everything wet. Melissa and her bag went down first but she managed to keep ...
... and where she could relax on the beach. I am sharing two pictures with you all in which you will see that neither shows me actually standing and surfing. We do have that picture but as it turns out, the picture was when there was a kid near me while I was digging in and cutting up the surf. Apparently, just like the puffer fish, I too must expand my body to warn the local predators/surfers not to come near me by extending ...
... We spoke to a tour sales rep who advised us that the trade winds had not appeared and coupled with the higher than normal temperatures it was making things a bit uncomfortable for everyone.
A little nap was in order before we spent the rest of the day chilling at the condo. We need to be up for about 2:00am tomorrow as we are going to drive up to the Haleakala summit (over 10000ft) for the Sunrise ...
... fish by the whiskers under their chins, but hanging in mid-water, possibly waiting to be fed by the snorkel boat. Quite a nice snorkel, especially because of the interesting terrain, but nothing special – probably better than the very touristy Hanauma Bay in Oahu.
Back on shore, we retrieve our keys, and talk to one of the group who does a fair bit of snorkeling, but don't get a lot of encouragement in terms of finding better snorkeling than that we have ...
... down, and worse yet, one needs to take the same way back, uphill. No shade, high elevation (9,000 feet plus), better conserve water, and put LOTS of suntan lotion & equipped with big floppy hat. Oh, be prepared to wash the sneakers/hiking boots after the hike. Our socks are still brown after many loads of bleach. No wonder Hawaiian use the red dirt to dye the shirt - can't wash off!