We went snorkeling at Kapalua Bay. This bay is great for that because the waters were calm. Matthew and Michael had a great time! Surprisingly, Matthew was out there longer than Michael. My iPhone wasn't good to get a good picture of them out there. The little orange dot in the picture below is M and the two smaller dots are Matthew and Michael.
This is the other side of the bay. Gorgeous with the lava rocks.
Mark and I hung out on the beach while big brothers went snorkeling with Daddy.
Matthew was exhausted after snorkeling.
We all played with us in the sand afterwards.
We headed back to the resort for lunch after our trip to Kapalua Bay.
Then, it was more swimming at the pool. Mark had the whole kiddie pool to himself this afternoon. The boys were playing in the big pool.
This is a view from our resort. Again, gorgeous.
Day 12 -
We woke up to the sound of rain today. We had reserved a cabana today and decided to keep the reservation (we should have cancelled). It rained all morning into the early afternoon so it was a little bit chilly to be swimming. The boys didn't really care, but it was not the best day to be out by the pool.
I "braved" the rain (really, a mist at the time) and walked over to the Honalua store to get the boys some breakfast. It was such a nice walk that I didn't want to go back to our room :-)
I took a little detour and went to the lobby for a little bit. I probably could've sat out here for a long time, even in the rain, but I didn't.
We went out to our cabana and Mark had a nice nap while the boys played.
For dinner, we went to this hole in the wall pizza place if you can call it that. It was basically a stone pizza oven on trailer in a parking lot. It was so good!
Then it was off to Lahaina for some shaved ice at - you guessed it - Ululani's.
This little guy loves him some shaved ice!
I came across this random selfie of Matthew.
Day 13 -
We decided to go on a morning walk with no particular destination in mind. One of the valets up front told us about the Kapalua Trail so off we went. I'm so glad he pointed us there because it was awesome! We "hike" up there and enjoyed the amazing views.
Then we climbed down onto what's called the "Dragon's Tooth." It was basically lava flow that jutted out into the water. It was a pretty windy day, but it's always windy here a Kapalua.
The boys saw a cave and wanted to get up closer so M took them.