Kihei Sands Beachfront Condominiums
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... pool overflowing into the next pool below it.”
“What an incredible site,” Pinky says in disbelief. “A hillside full of cascading pools.”
When we return to our car, we notice people crossing the road to the other side.
“I wonder what’s over there. Let’s follow them and see,” I suggest.
When we get to the other side of the road, my mouth drop wide open.
Another beautiful day so great I'm late with my morning post :-) I was up and out at 5:30 to get Bryan to work for another video conference session he will be done work today!!!
I went to the gym then home to Cage's we went for our Beach walk and enjoyed looking at a local craft show along the way. There are many great artists here lots to see and dream about.
Before our walk Doug found a hat that fit him have a look at the ...
... two cinnamon buns and they were huge! I couldn't finish mine and even when I gave it to Dad to finish he couldn't finish it. So we unfortunately had to throw the rest out. But none the less they were so good, and were filled with cinnamon! We came home and me and Mom then went to Walmart for groceries. We were going to go to Costco but Mom forgot her Costco card at home so no gas or groceries at Costco! Oh well, we'll have to go back. ...
... sunrise and more come each afternoon to watch the equally inspiring sunset.
As we looked down from the summit we could spot a massive depression. We are told it is 7 miles across and 2 miles wide. It is nearly 2,600 feet deep. The walls that surround it are barren-looking and there are volcanic cones scattered around. We will not be able to get access to this today but will be able to hike to another, smaller crater. We were to discover the awe inspiring ...
... below us. We stopped for about 25 minutes watching them and it was great seeing these large reptiles feeding naturally. The largest turtle shells were over a meter long and they were really getting stuck into the stuff. During this time the waves seem to get bigger and they were bounced frequently against the rocks, but they didn't seem to mind. Reluctantly we moved on.
We continued our ...