The Inn at Mama's Fish House
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... some whales, they were so far away I couldn't tell if they were large whales really far away or small fish not so far way. Well, colour me surprized when we see a baby whale practicing breaching for us. It wasn't too far away, and was really cool - now we can say we saw one this trip! (There had been some speculation that we might be able to see one from our lanai, or from some of the beaches, but who knows, I wouldn't know what to look for and ...
... so she circled the falls and got close enough to take a picture directly behind it. At the base of the falls the water was deeper than we could feel and see so that had a lot to do with Melissa decided to stay in the areas that were more comfortable to her. After the falls we got back on the path and continued to Hana. We had our little "Road to Hana" GPS application going through our rental car speakers so he would guide us to the best features along ...
... and at bridges, we lose the lines and pick up "Yield to Approaching Traffic" signs. On the way out, we think that these only apply to outward bound traffic, and the others have absolute right-of-way, so we are pretty careful. We stop at several of the State Park wayside stops, getting very wet at Kaumahina State Wayside Park in particular when we walk up the hill past the restrooms for a good panoramic view of the coastal scenery. The road here is cut into the ...
... golf courses and all amenities. They all look completely sterile and bland but many of them cost over $1000 per room per night. apparently one of them ( the grand wailea resort) has a million dollars of artwork in its lobby.
Today (Thursday)at last the rain stopped, the low level cloud disappeared and we made it up to Haleakala national park to the volcanic crater. the best time to see it is at dawn but with the weather having been ...
... that had been recommended. Pop into Hitech first to buy Reef flip flops and Volcom board shorts. Then into Da kitchen for a Hawaiian plate (pork three ways - kalua pulled pork, pork and glass noodles, steamed pork in banana leaves) with sticky rice and a bucket of coke. Frickin awesome. :)) We decide to drive up to Kula to see if we can locate house no 2. We get the right general area, but can't find the exact house. ...