The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui
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- Room service
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... 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 ...
... and high quality. The boat was large and safe. The food tasty, and the staff exactly what you would expect in Hawaii, friendly, laid back, but hard working and definitely concerned about how good of a time you were having. We thought Macyn was well prepared for this, however, after touching the water, she wanted no part. She got cold. A dry top and $10 rental expense later didn't help. Oh well, Carissa and I took turns ...
There are many similarities between the histories of Hawaii and Australia. There's very much a before and an after. Before the arrival of the white man, the Hawaiian islands were a rich tapestry of culture and wildlife. They teemed with diverse birdlife, and the constant intermixing of people from each island lead to an interesting and diverse set of religious beliefs.
Take, for example, the Hawaiian creation story: The islands were raised from the sea ...
We get up early as we promised Paul o'Regan we'd get him back to kihei to check out of one condo as he's moving into another later today. We go to Melanie and Jamie's first. Leianna and Ariel are driving to Hana, so Paul Ryan is without motor - hence our offer to drive both Pauls to Kihei. We go to Paul's condo and he packs up, while we eat yoghurt and papaya. Then onto Stella blues for ...
... ocean views. It was a very windy road often going to one lane where we had to find places to pull over and let cars pass. Thankfully, we only met up with a few cars the entire drive.
We kept seeing signs for Julia's Banana Bread - the best banana bread on the planet. We had read in the Hawaii Revealed book that this was good bread and so we had decided to stop if it was open. Julia's is just a little green shack on the side of the road. We ...