Hana Oceanfront Cottages
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... along the coast on the 'backside' of Hana. Little did we know that the rain we were experiencing hadn't happened just outside of town! Too late to change our plans for the following day, we made the most of our time. We hiked the Pipiwai trail on the backside of Heleakala in the National Park (the Kipahulu Area) to a 130 meter high waterfall with a trickle of water. It was a lovely walk and a beautiful. and mostly dry, Waimoku ...
... I even topped the meal off with home made Kona (coffee) ice cream. Once again, I took a few more pix around Mama's. The black & white was just for contrast. We made the short drive to the airport. Cynthia and I said our goodbyes and I started the dreaded TSA security check. Being first class, I moved through the preTSA line with ease. No hassle at all. Even though I enjoyed the first class seating, ...
... was dated with today's date, and included the names of the ship and fisherman who caught the fish on the menu of the day. Talk about fresh. I just had a salad, but Joel said his was the best fish he had ever tasted. Dessert was delicious as well. Well worth the expense.
We were both quite tired from the early start and long drive, and came back to the condo to relax, I think we'll turn in early ...
... of cheap **** out there, and she shared her passion for the local products, something I really appreciated, we talked a little bit about Canada,a and I shared that I had heard we got about a foot of snow at home, and I wasn't missing it. I asked her about the wind, and if it was usual - she said not at all! While it is true that the trade winds pick up in the afternoon, she said the winds we are currently experiencing are very out of the ordinary, and she ...
... and high quality. The boat was large and safe. The food tasty, and the staff exactly what you would expect in Hawaii, friendly, laid back, but hard working and definitely concerned about how good of a time you were having. We thought Macyn was well prepared for this, however, after touching the water, she wanted no part. She got cold. A dry top and $10 rental expense later didn't help. Oh well, Carissa and I took turns ...