Hana Oceanfront Cottages
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...and Driskill Destination Resort and Fat Farm.
Woke up this morning listening to a rooster crowing. A few minutes later, my cell phone buzzed with a text message coming in. It was Dick Smith letting me know that it was snowing in Forest (like I really cared). Since I was awake, I texted with him for a few minutes.
Caught up on emails and national news while drinking coffee on the lanai. Ah, sitting outside, looking through swaying palms at the sun rising. Not ...
We headed out early today to drive the road to Hana. The road itself is less than 50 miles, but it is a windy, mostly 2 land road, sometimes only one lane with yields for both ways, with lots of hairpin turns and switchbacks. The average speed on the road is probably 20 mph, with a few stops on the way to take pictures and stops for ice cream and banana bread and we finally go to Hana about 4 hours ...
... think I will see anything as spectacular as this again. It compares with standing on the rim at the Grand Canyon last week.
Mount Haleakala is a massive shield volcano that forms more than 75% of the Hawaiian Island of Maui, it is a Shield_volcano. Haleakala is 1.1 million years old. The tallest peak of Haleakalā ("house of the sun"), at 10,023 feet (3,055 m), is ...
... pamphlets in English. So we got into the Maui Ocean Centre and we went through the various buildings and got great pictures of all the sea life at the MOC. Our pictures turned out great. The highlight of the trip was seeing all the cool fish as well as walking through a glass tube with fish swimming all around us. A stingray swam right over us! It is really cool (and kind of scary). But for all the people that worry that the glass tube will break and the fish ...
... not know how far away we are from the summit. We walk along the mountain cliff in the dark. It seems the temperature drops quickly as the sun gives way to this 'mountain darkness'.
Nephew Shane and I are in the tropical, warm (?) Paradise, of Maui, Hawaii, in the Haleakalā National Park.
Last night he said, "Be sure to wear swim trunks. We will go hiking and about mid-way of the hike we will have to swim across a pond then climb two ropes to continue ...