A Few More Hawaii Highlights – Warning: Picture Heavy
My son will always remember the beach, riding the waves, and snorkeling with the fish.
There’s just a laid back style in Hawaii. The locals know how it’s done.
The fruit markets are filled with “fresh picked today” fruits.
We even tried some new things!
Easter Sunday was a bit different this year. We contemplated going to the Purple Place of Prayer for our Easter Service, but then decided we’d just do our own thing.
We hit the aquarium when the kids were needing a break from the sunshine.
(Fair skinned Seattlites!)
The show was quite entertaining too.
(I see London. I see France. Someone’s not wearing underpants!)
Once we finished up at Molokini, we headed to Turtle Town, where the water wasn’t nearly as choppy. By then, the Dramamine started to kick in and everyone was feeling a bit better.
We swam with turtles and felt much better on the ride home. For the rest of the trip, when the kids misbehaved, we threatened to take them out on a boat again. They straightened right up! I don’t think they’ll be asking to go on any whale watching tours any time soon! (Although we son TONS of whales from the shore!)
(The date is not correct on the photos.)
She absolutely loved her tour. It was an all day bus ride with lots of stops along the way. My hubby and kids get seasick (as we now know), but for me, I can’t imagine anything worse than a five hour car ride on a winding road. I get horrible carsick. (We make quite the crew, huh?)
And for our next lesson, we’ll talk about making sure there is nothing distracting in the photo. This picture makes me giggle every time I look at it! My little one took this at the Luau.
Have I mentioned how similar my boys are? They both packed their luau clothes, not knowing what the other had packed. I love these guys.
Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home
What fun and my the memories you all must have made! Thanks for sharing, your pictures are beautiful!