I feel bad creeping out of the wedding early. The groom is the son of one of my dearest friends. Her youngest when I met her, the middle child now; all of the younger kids are in the wedding. As I arrive Continue reading “Post wedding”
Hawaii was amazing. My time with my first beautiful niece was amazing.
But while I’ve been telling that story I didn’t say (at least not here): Continue reading “Stuff I haven’t said because I was posting Hawaii stuff”
That is a direct quote from the most upbeat person ever. It’s not just me – travel IS often the worst part of traveling!
It’s our last day so we ease into the morning then go check out and have a kukui lei farewell ceremony from the hotel. Continue reading ““Planes are stupid””
So, we had a plan for this free day. We would swim in the morning – plenty of time for suits to dry – then maybe go back into Lahaina and stroll around the afternoon.
We were getting up and pulling ourselves together when I saw the flashing message alert on the phone. Continue reading “Stay out dem oceans”
The adventure for today is the big one – a sailing day to Lanai with snorkeling and snuba (firsts for us both).
We get there early- because if I’m not early I worry about being late – and have time to see the giant banyan tree and have a breakfast stop to ensure we’re settled for sailing. (Also both wearing our SeaBands, of course.) Continue reading “Adventures over and under the sea”
It’s our free day – the only firm thing we have scheduled is the luau tonight. But we need our swimsuits dry for tomorrow so we spend just the morning on the beach. The waves are only rough at the water’s edge, at the shelf where the shore drops steeply off. There really is no wading today; we both swim. It’s so smooth and so clear that I know D would swim far far out if I didn’t wave her back – I’m afraid of what else swims even if she is convinced she’d see and escape first. NOPE. Continue reading “Here there be dragons (teeth)”