The Kapalua Villas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... point for all Internet connections, they are not stupid slow Internet = more drink sales. During our shopping we would look across the water and see one of the islands then look back and it had disappeared behind a mist/cloud so it did not even appear to be there at all. I think that we have been lucky but apparently Ana is at our next island we fly to tomorrow so in or another overcast ...
Sleepyheads this morning didn't even make our morning snorkel, Instead we took our time on the balcony before heading into Lahaina town once again. Papa and Luke had a reservation to go fishing this AM with START ME UP boat. Just six fishermen father and son from Saratoga CA, another father and son combo from Texas/Nevada and our guys. Departing with Jason at the wheel, they were to be out for four hours. At the dock we saw others come in ...
... Luke and I went down to the morning snorkel spot where we just carried on as if we were not soaking wet from the rain. First shave ice of the journey was our mid morning snack before leaving for our day's adventures. Driving first to Paia, described as an old hippie town, we stopped to search for Luke's flag, bingo we got it. Stopping at Hookipa Beach we saw lots of windsurfers and only one of the infamous green turtles. Luke and Gramma hiked down to the ...
After breakfast we headed out to the north side of the island to hike at Twin Falls. It is about a 1.5 mile hike from the trailhead. Once there, you had to wade up stream for about 30 yards to get to them. Nicholas and I made the wade and he jumped in and swam under the falls that were maybe 50 feet high. It was beautiful. After the hike back, we bought a coconut and some coconut candy at the roadside stand. Then drove back and had a ...
... underwater in the pitch black ocean with only dive lights to illuminate the reef. Our first observation was being watched by thousands of red glowing shrimp eyes. We saw three different types of lobster including a giant spiny lobster. A highlight was encountering a porcupine puffer fish that was about two feet long. Timmerz teased it until it puffed up to basketball proportions. It is a completely ...