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... beside the road. Each one had a number painted on it. I thought I was in West Virginia, and that's the way they marked their driveway. (LOL) Nope! It is for recycling purposes, the county comes along and picks up discarded appliances. At Costco.....Holy Cow! It was like Christmas Eve at the mall! No parking spaces, way too many people. The main attraction for me was the giant display of Spam. Hawaii is the number one consumer of Spam. If I remember ...
... decided to eat dinner before checking in for the night. We ate at the Hana Ranch Restaurant.
The food was very good, but a bit pricey. Never mind, it's a vacations trip!
The place we stayed was the Hana Kai Resort. Very nice location overlooking a black sand beach. Initially we thought it was a wonderful place. Roomy condo sitting with a large porch overlooking the beach.
Have I mentioned that Cynthia and I both have colds? We blame it on ...
It's Smudges 12th birthday today. I miss her and I know at home it was yesterday but I am thinking of her and hope she enjoyed her chicken, little darl'n. Xxx I woke at 3.45 am and couldn't go back to sleep. Buggar the time zones. I typed out my diary for yesterday. Andrew was snoring like a freight train, unhealthy drinking is my thoughts on this. Eventually I asked him to get up because I couldn't even rest. He sat up and opened the curtains to see us coming into the port ...
Dinner at Castaways didn't disappoint it was very good, rib Sunday accompanied with 2002 Run Rig my fav wine. I still can't believe this small cafe hidden in the beach condo's has a massive wine list...a treat! We sat near the water and enjoyed watching the sunset, it was stunning!
We walked back home it's about a 10 minute walk, a lovely night.
... to hike a mountain(in our flip flops by the way). We walked through a rainforest to a bamboo forest before finally arriving at the finish...a massive waterfall. It took about an hour and a half to get up and back down again, and I was exhausted but it was worth it. Normally when you complete the road to Hana, you turn around and do it again to get back to where you came from but Chris and Tara kept on going west on this 1 lane, dirt(sometimes rocks from ...