I miss Hawaii, and I'm sick and pale beneath what lingers of my tan, so let's get our Uncle Merv on and take a look at some of my vacation photos!
|I could do a whole post on the ways I ruined otherwise perfect photos. It's a gift.|
|The kids haggled for hand carved weaponry of some sort|
|The show was beautiful, and the occasional rain made it feel all the more tropical. Of course we had beach towels in the car, so we stayed warm and dry.|
|White boy with wahine|
|Brownish girl with kane|
|It was such a completely awesome find, this bar! I tried to call my boy, my man, and my mom but no one picked up their cell phones. So I did the next best thing and called Ellie!|
Another great moment:
There were so many beach days to enjoy, I loved them all. On one of our last days, we returned to Kaanapali and took advantage of the opportunity to dork out
There were trade winds most afternoons this trip, and they would whip up pretty fiercely in the afternoon. One day after lunch, Bill and I both dozed on the beach. We woke up looking like shake-n-bake cutlets
There was no shortage of great spots for afternoon power naps. Everyone needs a little rest after a long hard day at the beach, especially when happy hour started at 10:00am!
|This is the view from the hammock. I had my eye on that slanted palm tree|
|And this is the view from that slanted palm tree, where I enjoyed more than one opportunity to ogle the sunset|
|The only sunset that didn't fill me with joy was this one, our last day. Their last swim.|
Mahalo, Maui. Uncle Merv misses you.