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Travel Blogs from Lahaina
... a few crashing about and breeching.. all very
exciting. After breakfast we set off along the beach to do some snorkelling.
There is a reef just off the beach and the fish life is supposed to be good.
Unfortunately there are quite a lot of breakers crashing in, with quite an
undertow, so the visibility is not too good, but we do see quite a lot of
We walk back to the hotel, but this is not the
weather for sun bathing. There are ...
... to lay back and read. When you're not feeling it, you're not feeling it! In the late afternoon, we headed over to Lahaina to check out some shops and get a nice meal. Lahaina is an old fishing town and what used to be the main port in Hawaii. They have a well known banyan tree that takes up one city block that was cool to check out. As always, we took a few panoramic shots :) We then found an old vintage sign shop and although we have ...
... visitor center. From the parking lot, we had a great view of the American and Hawaiian flags flying on top of the visitor center against the bright blue of the ocean. We stamped our passports, changed out of our swimsuits, put on hiking boots, and were ready to start our hike on the Pipiwai Trail.
The trail started fairly muddy, with tree roots criss-crossing all over the trail. The trail led through dense forest area, with green ...
... partners just forget it.
If possible avoid Alitalia as they are totally
unsympathetic, terrible attitude and incredibly arrogant. They may not be
around too long anyway.
And finally, if it is possible, stay calm no matter how
frustrating it is, there is little else you can do as it is really out of your
control. If you can laugh that is even better.
So the first day was an experience but we knew it was going
to get much better.
... show was seeing the sunrise over the clouds, not something you can see everyday. Afterwards we drove on up to some other view points, avoiding going down at the same time as probably 100+ cyclists on the other popular tours. Tour finished off with a breakfast at a golf course, popular sport on hawaii costing usually at least $100 a round but for the backgrounds you can see why! Back to the hostel in time for a pickup for an afternoon flight to Big ...