Kihei Sands Beachfront Condominiums
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in 15 years that the Chargers have been shut out. Ouch! Luckily for us but too bad for the Chargers, we didn't have to watch the end of the game as the network switched over to a different more exciting game. That was the worst insult! Pam and Donna decided to do a little shopping, as Pam had a beautiful new purple top that Donna coveted and just had to have one of her own. I took a few more pictures of the yard while Bill was getting ready. The four of us met at the ...
... fun to run in. Long stretches of winding sand and black lava rock. The very edge of a new world. Mel took her turn when I got back and I readied the kids for another morning on the beach. As with yesterday, it was just glorious. The kids love it, the adults love it, and it was July 4th. Carissa asked how we felt about the women in Stars and Stripes bikinis. We liked it just fine. Mel made the very prudent decision to ...
... as we'd found out when we were there before that saturday was Maui's World Whale Day festival. This is basically a fundraising and awareness day for various non-profit whale organisations based in the area, with live music, craft stalls, food stalls, you name it. We filled our bellies and emptied our wallets, spotted Mick Fleetwood (of Fleetwood Mac) eating at his own restaurant's food stall before he appeared on stage later in the afternoon, and had a lovely chat with one of ...
... huge turtles, who came up nose to nose with us to check us out, and some big schools of fish on the way out and back. We also saw some curious, unique creatures including a sponge crab (that grows up with a sponge for a shell) and a frogfish (that has its own "lure" for catching fish). Probably the most interesting thing was the cleaner shrimp. Our friend, Larry, told us to get close to them and take our regulator out and they will ...
... deep blue Pacific Ocean You won't see any golf courses, shopping malls or McDonalds. Instead you'll discover the simple things like tropical flowers and the tastes of bananas, papayas and pineapples at roadside stands and the easy calmness of old Hawaii.
The Hana highway winds around over 600 curves and over 51 one lane bridges. Many of these are hairpin turns traverse along the edge of a mountain side ...