I promise to stop boring you with Hawaii stories. Really, I will. Well, maybe once in awhile I’ll pull one out for you just because I’m missing the place so much, but I will try to move on to other things. But before I do ….
Here’s one last look at the cove we stayed at. Sandy beach on one side, and a rocky area filled with sea turtles on the other. Look how clear the water is! Beautiful!
This is the banana tree we walked by every day because it was near the front door of our condo. One day a green gecko lizard stuck his head out at us from between the bananas. I guess that is his home. We also had lots of ripe mangoes from our own mango trees, but I didn’t take a picture of the mango trees. It was risky getting close to them because they were dropping fruit like crazy while we were there. Getting hit in the head by a mango is no small thing.
Here’s Makena Beach from the “Big Beach” side. On the other side of these rocks is “Little Beach” which is a nude beach. RC (17) was quite anxious to take a peak until he did … and found “lots of fat, naked people and no hot chicks” there.
Next is a picture of a wave crashing. I realize you are thinking, “So what?” Somehow waves crashing are prettier in Hawaii than here in California. In the distance you can see Molokini which is a volcano crater in the sea. It is a fantastic snorkeling spot.
And this is where I make my confession. While Briefcase was out of town this week on business, I booked a unit at the same Maui condo for next year. They gave me a “returning customer” discount that was too good to pass up. I think I’ll wait awhile until I mention it. At least until Briefcase has forgotten about the disastrous road trip to Hana.