House of Fountains Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today is Sheila and I's 36th wedding anniversary. Seems like just yesterday our friends were throwing rice in our face. We had breakfast from our lanai. Zack called during breakfast. Sheila said she was disappointed that we had not seen any whales yet. Just then almost on queue, Sheila spotted a whale about 200 yards off the shore. Zack said your welcome!! Then the race was on. For the next hour we watched blowholes, whale tails, and even a couple ...
... to accompany me knowing her knees and the strain of a steep downhill walk, the two brothers headed on upward while we made the slow and painful journey back to the start. Our hike took us 1.5 hours so we had 2.5 more hours to kill before Jim and Jack finished. With no hesitation, we drove off to find a cool drink, a swim at a beach and located the parking lot to pick up the boys once they were finished. A young man had descended down into the lot while we ...
... lots of different songs with them - interesting! Then the show began and it was great! 12 string guitar and ukulele, some old school guys, and some of the younger generation - all great players. A good night of entertainment and we won a cd! On the drive back to Kihei we noticed the crescent moon - but here they see the bottom crescent, while at home we get the side view - interesting tidbit. And as I'm writing this, it is slipping into the ocean - ...
... the hot tub. Melissa made some friends and then we retired to the room where the highly anticipated bottle of wine rolled out of the fridge, exploded on the floor with a sheer flying through the air and grazed the top of Melissa bare foot causing blood shed. She was ok but the wine was not. We had to order an expensive bottle from room service since that was the last of a grocery bought stash of wine. Blog you tomorrow! Aloha, Anthony and ...
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 ...