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... if he was alive, the woman attending him told us that this was "perfectly normal behavior" for them and he was just taking a nap on the shore. A few steps further down the line was a GIANT sea turtle relaxing and swimming in the shallow surf. From there it was off to Waimea where we began the trek up to Waimea canyon. Majestic. Beautiful. Awe inspiring. Green. Lush. Incredible. Just a few words that come ...
... that turned off and became a volcano out of which Pele, the god of fire, appeared. Pele told of the golden people of Hawaii. There was also a Samoan Fire dancer. The Maori women did poi dancing in which they swung tethered weights rhythmically, and with weights that were on fire. It was all over too soon. I drove us back to the condo where I worked on the blog, Derek and Larry went to bed, and Erin went out to the beach to watch the moon on the water.
... had papaya, mango and pineapple in it. Scrumptious! The third time there were free Mai Tais which Larry and Derek had but I just wanted water. We were getting really tired by this time. Our plane got into Lihue at 9:18 which was 3:18 am Eastern time. We got our baggage in an open air baggage claim. It was very windy but still 70*. Then we got the shuttle to the Alamo Car Rental. It didn't ...
... s daily routine, it was apparent that Yelena's milk supply was not keeping up with Catherine's needs and Catherine was not receiving enough to keep her full and content. I told her to contact her doctor and talk to her about what formula would be appropriate for Catherine. Yelena stated that that was what her doctor told her might have to happen, but she and her husband wanted a second opinion. I proceeded to help her with little tid bits of ...
... a smaller version of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. When we arrived at Hanapepe, the rain had eased so we stopped to stretch our legs and view the town. It was a charming little place surrounded by mountains, with a small church, little cafés, souvenir shops and art galleries. We spent quite a while here visiting an art gallery, a book shop and taking photos. By the time we arrived at Waimea Town, it was getting towards lunchtime. As the road to the Canyon was long, slow and ...