Nalu Kai Lodge
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... our first crop last year. We are waiting somewhat patiently for 18-24 months for the second harvest. After that, the plant is thrown away because the third and last harvest is a baby pineapple, too small to eat.
Cynthia had errands to run that were going to take the bulk of her day. I thought, BEACH TRIP! (Cynthia here: he had to take the "farm truck", our Ford F150 that is by now full of dents and scratches, so we had no worries about sending him off with it.)
... like they would be aways out, anyway...). Then we carried on and went around the backside of the crater before settling in our spot inside. We got on our gear and headed down to the ladders at the back of the boat. I have snorkelled before, but I probably should have practiced at the beach yesterday with Joel. I understand the concept, but I still needed to psych myself up to jump off the boat that is keeping me safely above water and put my ...
... pool and ordered a mangotini. It was ver nice, go the free pour, it had gin, granmarnier cranberry and orange juice and lime squeezed in. We were so much more relaxed, Andrew had stopped stressing and all is good in the world. At 6.00 pm, Andrew went to a photography class, so i sat at the pool I a bed lounge, the sun had already gone down and ordered another drink. Ohhh the year are strong and I was only just finishing it when Andrew came back 45 minutes later. I met ...
... a toll on me. Speaking of beds I was so hoping for a great heavenly bed with the move to a better hotel but sadly it is not heavenly it is soft and fluffy which for alot of people I'm sure is heavenly but not for this old fused back :-( Oh well I guess the Westin is the only place with heavenly beds then and The Spire! lol.
The room is like I said new, nice wood work, marble floors, granite counters the deck is deep and has a full sized pocket door into ...
... doing well. :S Just after three we head down to Jamie and Melanie's place. The garden looks lovely and there is some sun through the light drizzle. It's really very pretty. There's a marquee and tiki lamps, and old photos of the bride and groom hung up on string. There's a piper too! He's a half-Scottish , half-yank. I chat to him for a bit, and Paul's friend Paul, while Mark helps out with cameras and sound systems some more. We all make our way ...