Saturday in Lahaina

We're just back from a long but very fun day in Lahaina, where we shopped, ate and then ate at sea.

Today was dinner cruise day. When Char and I planned this trip, one of the big things the two of us wanted to do was take a sunset dinner cruise.

It was, in a word, fabulous.

The food was good, the company was splendid and quite pretty and the scenery was fantastic.

Prior to that, we spent the day in Lahaina shopping the main street. Lahaina reminded me a lot of Georgetown on Grand Cayman Island - touristy but with an old school charm.

Lahaina also features this monstrous banyan tree that's something like 150 years old and takes up an entire city block. Pictures don't do it justice because you can't photograph the entire thing in one shot.

Plus, we got to see a guy surfing with his dog.

All in all, a really fun day out seeing new things.

Sunday: the kids want to head to the beach. Works for me!


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