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Published: March 29th 2018
We finally got some late morning, if 5:30 is considered sleeping in, and got down to the beach at around 7 for the 3rd straight day. Nathan enjoyed digging as usual, and getting to see the outrigger canoes being pushed into the ocean. Rosie shrieked with joy while standing ankle high in th ocean, as the waves came up the shore Steve held her balanced as she was pulled around by the tide. Tory and Sue took Nathan to make a puka shell necklace, blue as per Nathan’s important request. After lunch and some playing back at the room, it was time to drive to Wailuku to see our old neighbors, Brandon and Melissa, at their house for a Hawaiian BBQ dinner
After a few days at the resort it was nice to go for a drive, so we also made a quick stop at Costco to bring home some Hawaiian coffee. At first the kids played on their own, but by the end of the day Nathan and Rosie were having a blast with Mason and Haley. They played with virtually every toy at the house, from the garbage and construction trucks to the toy car that all the
kids could sit on and be pulled. It was great to catchup with eachothers lives, as Brandon has became a commercial real estate broker and they also are remodeling a house in Kihei to move into in a few years.
We headed back home after a delicious meal and local chocolate macadamian nut ice cream from Melissa. Nathan and Mason were sad to have to leave and Nathan wanted his old friend to come back to our hotel. Rosie quickly passed out in the van but woke up back at the room and usually means she will have a hard time falling asleep again. She is now kicking the bars of her crib like the sounds coming from a jail cell, but not crying. She seems happy enough that will eventually have to go to sleep...as tomorrow is a big day on the town of La Haina.
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