Truth

Funny but oh so true.

Yup! This pretty much sums it up 💯 Happy weekend friends! regram @britandco

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So Much For Sandals

It seems the groundhog really did see his shadow earlier this month… winter has arrived with more on the way later this week.

Port 4: Lihue, Kauai

The final port on our October cruise to Hawaii was in Lihue, Kauai. It was our first trip to Kauai and while we would have loved to explore the island, a mid-afternoon departure gave us a limited time frame. Research suggested the best way to see the whole island was by air so we booked an early morning flight with Wings Over Kauai. I had not been in a small plane before and was quite nervous but soon calmed, thanks to a great pilot, perfect weather, and views that were absolutely spectacular.

With spent our final few hours enjoying the sun, sand, surf and flowers at Kalapaki Beach, a short walk from the cruise terminal.

And then it was time to leave for home.

Port 3: Lahaina, Maui

Yes, I’m WAY behind on sharing about our Hawaiian cruise so here’s the next installment:

Both Jeff and I had never been to Maui and were excited to explore the island. We rented a car for the day and zipped up country- photos are not plentiful but we had an excellent day and particularly enjoyed Ioa Valley State Park, Makai Glass, and Ulupalakua Vineyard.  Aside for the choice to drive around the north side from Kahului back to Lahaina on a road that was mostly one lane hugging the side of a cliff (very poor research on our part), we loved what we saw and plan to return.

Early morning approach to Lahaina

View of the Eurodam from Lahaina waterfront

 

Amazing Ioa Valley State Park

Lunch from the Thai Mee Up food truck in Kahului

Dolphins at Lahaina waterfront that followed the tender boat back to the ship

Skipping dinner in the dining room to stay on deck for sail away = GREAT idea.

 

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Caught My Eye

Life On Van IslandI liked this art from distant view but when I saw it closeup (see butterfly cutouts on pins in middle photo), I was blown away. LOVE.



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