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... Ulaʻula (Red Hill). From the summit you look down into a massive depression 11.25 km (7 mi) across, 3.2 km (2 mi) wide, and nearly 800 m (2,600 ft) deep. The surrounding walls are steep and the interior mostly barren-looking with a scattering of volcanic cones.
At 6.30am we head back down the mountain for the one hour thirty minute drive back to the condo for breakfast.
... ended up picking me up and I lounged around until it was time to shower and off to airport.
It's so nice to have Doug and Patti here we showed them them the resort in the dark and had a light meal here tonight everyone is tired from either traveling all day or me the sun!
Who knows what tomorrow will bring but it looks like the sun is going to be shining for us :-)
... with 'Monkey Bay' sauv blanc from NZ. Then back to the house for a beer and to sleep. Robert and Natascha have very kindly said there's no rush to leave tomorrow - so we can take our time moving to Kula, and enjoy our lunch without worrying about all our stuff in the car! Christmas tomorrow! Already lots of messages on Facebook from people. We're hard up against the International dateline here so we get Christmas ...
... dinner first, though, at Ruby Tuesday. We had a nice salad and a wonderful burger.
Once we got to our room, we figured it would be nice to go for a little swim... You know, relaxing the muscles etc.
We were quite tired by the time we were done swimming so we went to bed.
Tommorrow we are going to drive along the north coast of Maui and do a little swimming and snorkeling in the ocean.
... here and being outside all the time, but were seemed remorseful on the cost of living. The first family gave us a pair of water wings and we put them on Linnea. She got a chance to go way out in the ocean and actually swim for the first time. Cool. I got a chance to jump off the rocks. After some nice conversation with these two families, we walked back to the car while the kids played, "all fall down" all the way back. We next went to the beach at ...