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... and knives. There's no messing around with Peter with this sort of weaponry at his disposal!
Next was the grand tour of the house, the gardens, greenhouses, animals and finally the workshop which is where we would be sleeping. That's right... at the back of Peter’s workshop behind the metalwork machines and drills is an office type room with a sofabed in it.
... the hill from downtown Lahaina called "Shark Pit Maui." It was in an industrial area situated on an innocuous lot of land surrounded by a chain link fence. If you didn't know it was there, no one would have gone there for food. But it seemed to be a local favorite and there were several tables filled with people.
We parked and walked across the gravel lot to the food truck, passing a lemonade stand, to get to the Shark Pit food ...
... forest developed and maintained by the division of forestry. Completely covered with a forest canopy, the trail eventually led down a series of switchbacks to the base of a sheer wall cliff. It was very impressive. It's spring at the top of the cliff trickles down the cliff face and carves out caves in the sides of the cliff. A local told us that usually the water is not running, especially in the caves. However, because of the hurricane and wet ...
Today we ventured out of the resort to find the local beginner surf spot and allow Melissa another day of relaxation. I say this because this hotel and the next will have her relaxation time while I find things for myself to do because I am not able to sit or lay and do nothing, but hotel 3 and 4 will be jam packed with hiking/strenuous exploring type activities. So today we went to the beach where I ...
... a bad move. The temperature was unusually high at 33F with very high humidity. By the time we got to the beach we were both drenched. We had lunch at one of the restaurants on the beach, there are lots of complexes along the beach that the general public can access. The only thing is you can't use their pools or loungers but you are free to use the beaches.
It was a struggle walking back to The Palms in ...