Monday, January 30, 2012

Aloha From Maui

We left Oahu on Sunday afternoon and arrived on Maui a half hour later. We goofed and sat on the wrong side of the plane so we didn't get any great shots of the islands from the air.

We had a few left overs from our kitchen for breakfast and only ate two roles of shushi for dinner. Nancy ordered some Korean noodle dish and I simply had no desire to eat any of it after the first bite--not a taste I like. Later we shared a muffin with coffee for desert.

Today we went to Lahinia--the only large shopping area on the island. Somehow I missed the signs and the turn and we ended up in the scenic mountainous region of the island. We took our time sight seeing and got some great shots of the mountains and ocean. Go the the bottom of this post for some great video. Unfortunately the surf was calm and there was no action at the blow hole.

On the way back we stopped in Lahinia, parked and meandered a few blocks. Nancy's back was hurting so we didn't walk too far. As far as food goes for the day we basically ate very little as we're planning on a lauau later in the week. We figured that since we haven't been to Maui before we'd do our tourist stuff here. So we're going to take a sunset cruise, go whale watching and take a helicopter ride around the North West end of the island. And somewhere we want to fit in a trip to the top of Haleakala volcano for a sunrise.

During the late part of the evening I was tempted to have some banana nut bread with a coffee. I was wondering what emotion I was dealing with. It wasn't happiness. It wasn't malaise. It wasn't frustration. I just couldn't figure out what I'd be diluting. Later in bed I realized what I was feeling--contentment. Pure delicious contentment.

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