Maui Sugar Beach Inn
Travel Blogs from Kihei
Once again it's been too long between blogs to fit everything in, at least it means I've got a lot of material to choose between I guess though! I'm also writing this on my iPhone, so apologies for any typos and it might well be shorter than usual as it's infuriating writing on this thing!
I spent my last couple of days in Tokyo continuing …
... feeling fatigued. We swam back to the beach and by that time I was feeling quite unwell and I think this was because of a couple of symptoms. Ie: the goggles were very tight and I will have to hire others as they are too small. I am very sunburned at the moment it may be a little sun stroke like in Fiji.(I never learn).
When I got home we went for a swim in the Resort pool to try ...
... longer than the lady had said and so we finally ate at 7.45 pm.
The pool was open 24 hours a day... That sounded cool! So at around 9 o'clock we headed for the pool to take a nice swim in the warm water.
After the swim we took a shower and went to bed.
Tommorrow is going to be an exciting day... We are going up the volcano Haleakala!
... We did not quite make it to our accommodation as got waylaid by a $5 mexican lunch offer, neither of us can get enough of Mexican food and 'Maui Tacos'' was delicious and heaps of food for us, next stop was at the entertainment kiosk to see what was on offer especially diving which we were keen to do early so we can a) fly back and b) go up into the mountains - both need at least 24 hours after a dive. We got that all sorted for tomorrow and headed out to Days Inn ...
... damper for sure on the rest of my Hawai'ian adventure.
Hysterically, I still had my big bag of food from Dallas and everyone shared their food as I did mine. I didn't tell them that my food came from Dallas.
As I have mentioned before, Hawai'i is a mixed bag of visitors. There can be good visitors or bad visitors and sometimes both in the same spot. Lana'i was a mix of both.
Paul, Reagan and ...