Aloha Lani Inn
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... still early to see much action, so even our guide was amazed by what we saw on his third day out. There are no words to write that could capture the sight of whales breeching 800 metres away and 5 whales spouting, diving and chasing each other almost within splashing distance. That's about 100 metres of whale! None of our photos do justice to the graceful way a creature weighing the same as 5 Hummers slips in and out of the water! Maui is a beautiful place. Today we leave for ...
... all week and then on the important day the weather sucked). We thought maybe we'd see a nice sunset due to the clouds but it ended up being more average, which we ended up deciding was nice since our wedding sunset remains the most beautiful we've seen so far. We travelled to Sarentos on the Beach to have our celebratory dinner and we were not disappointed. I had a ...
... of water. After getting our fill of blowhole and heart pictures, we were on to the next spot on our itinerary for the day-the Olivine Pools. Or so we thought. ;)
Because nothing is marked along the north coastline, we missed our next turn off, but it only added to our adventure. "Turning around" was easier said than done. We soon found ourselves on a very steep, very narrow, one lane road in a 10 car pile up that ...
Seriously, can this be only the 2nd full day of our vacation? Island time, slow and laid back, is wonderful.
This morning's breakfast was darn good. We saved one of our 2 baked potatoes from last night - shredded it, added some chopped onion and tomato and made hash browns. Accompanied by scrambled eggs with onions, toast and juice (and of course Kona coffee!) it was a nice way to start the day.
Today we are going to explore some other places to ...
... it to our hotel. Look at that sign over there! Jeep rentals. Let’s rent a Jeep!”
“Great idea, but they’re all stick shift, and I don’t know how to drive a stick,” I confess.
“That’s okay, I’ll teach you,” Pinky volunteers.
“The paperwork says that the driver has to be at least 21, and you’re only 20,” I point out. “Just because I’m ...