Maui Beach Ocean View Rentals, LLC
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Day 3 Well we had another fantastic sleep in today so we missed the breakfast buffet again. So after grabbing a banana we hit the road again and headed up the other side of the island. This part wasn't as populated but we stumbled across a resort called Kapaluna, it was absolutely stunning. Apparently they host some elite golfing tournaments there. On our travels we also found a farmers market at a little beach. It had ...
... evening. What made me laugh today was what Mike is going to snack on now....we found at Costco this amazing dip called "Smoked Marlin." Put that on crackers and you want to know what Mike calls it?...."heroin on crackers." I will share pics. All in all, a really great day. I am starting to relax. All good. Thanks for sharing in my blog, hope you are enjoying! Mahalo. Carrie ...
... in Santa Barbara at Calvary Chapel. The church had at least 400 people with most locals. Looked about one third Native Hawaiian. Church was over by 10:45 and we walked across the street to the new Honolua store. We go there every trip with the Linn's. The kids will miss the old style store that has been remodeled into an ABC store layout. No reason to return here. In the past ...
Most of the day we rotated - Snorkeling -- Lay out ----- Pool ---- Lay out --- pool - on and on. During the snorkeling, we seen some large fish - I think these are the guys the fishermen are after.
In the afternoon, we were treated to a show with a mother and calf humpback whale. The baby was splashing and slapping its tail while the mother hung out. Kind of like watching their kid on a ...
... but also breeding. By March they start the long trip north for feeding.
Soon we will be exploring the island and Jim will be taking photos. We will be here for World Whale Day on Feb. 14 and Chinese New Year on Feb. 19 bringing in the year of the goat. Stay tuned...
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