Aloha Lani Inn
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... much welcomed shade. There are many benches under the banyan. This tree was planted in 1873 to commemorate the ...
We woke up the next morning at 3...3 AM that is, raring to go. Ok, so I was up...Keller not so much. We hopped in the car, our arms overflowing with everything we'd need for the day. The plan- watch the sunrise at Haleakala Crater at Haleakala National Park, then explore the infamous Road to Hana.
First off- watch the sunrise at Haleakala Crater. Leaving our hotel around 3:30 AM, we drove from sea-level to near 10,000 feet and arrived at the Haleakala ...
... down to the
gangway to get onto the tender boat. It
isn’t hard but today got a little chaotic because so many people were there
early and between 7:45 and 9:15 the room was packed with people wanting to
leave the ship. So it was just a lot, but in the end we got it done.
From there I had to see which tickets we had missing and Cameron was nice
enough to do our “morning checks” for both of ...
... that Jeff was right behind me and he got to see it too. This was great! A few minutes later a woman swam up and very excitedly told us that she had just seen the biggest turtle of her life. It was "out past the catamaran". Jeff and I decided to to head further out. It seemed to be taking forever to get there. Then Jeff called out to me to "hang on - that catamaran is sailing away!" No wonder we never seemed to be getting closer. Hahaha. I saw three scuba ...
... so) Wailea. The Big Beach was actually quite impressive. Interesting sand and big big surf! So big we wouldn't let the kids near it, so we just took in the views for a bit and I photographed some wicked surfing action and then we headed to a different beach. Beach two was the public beach that also happened to be shared with the Mucky Muck hotel called Wailea Grand Resort. Macyn and I had fun riding up and down the ...