Whalers Cove Resort
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... wasn't done so we parked just across from the road and waited. She didn't leave the cottage until 4:40.
We parked in the driveway and unloaded. There are three bedrooms here so Derek and Erin each got their own and Larry and I are together. This place is not as nice as the condo but it is big, has its own pool, and we can see the ocean from the front window. We weren't ready for supper yet, so we relaxed for a little while. ...
... that end Katrina bought herself a mixed salad at Living Foods while I stopped off at Savage Shrimp to buy some garlic fries for Lil, some fried shrimp for Hannah and some 'Aloha' shrimp for yours truly which was sensational. Garlic prawns in coconut cream with fries and salad. It was delicious. A quiet night tonight as we have another big day planned tomorrow, and the girls are buggered and looking forward to a sleep ...
... and he was absolutely fascinated by watching the ground as we pushed the cart. It was adorable! Anyway, back to Poipu. After lunch we checked into our rental apartment. It's right on the water, with a balcony (completely kid safe, fear not). There's no AC, but you don't need it because the breeze through the apartment is great. We'll be listening to the sound of the ocean tonight! After getting settled, Nate took a nap and then he and I went out for a walk to give Eric a few minutes ...
... supposed to be 12 minutes from
the car p/u - by the time I found the place and parked walked up 3
floors and got to the front door it was 11:14PM. Condo is lovely as
described and true to the pictures. I unpacked, had a shower, a
ginger/lemon tea and was so tired I crashed around 12:30am.
Cow, I had the most spectacular solid deep -deep sleep. My body
definitely needed that. Nothing like getting on ...
... community being built overlooking the water and a golf course. We drove around and stopped by a model home which was not open. Of course that didn't stop us from walking around the outside and looking in the windows. It was called the Baby Beach Cottage and had 2 bed/2 bath in the main house and a 1/1 in a little guest cabin. The layout was great and they seemed to be well made. Of course how much? no idea, but we both decided ...