Today was very special. First it was just beautiful weather, then of course being on Molokai of course always helps. We drove all the way down to the very east end, mile 28. The Halawa valley of course is the most beautiful place. Two waterfalls lead into a fresh water river then right into the ocean all wthin a few yards. The drive is also amust do in itself, mostly one lane with cliffs on one side and the Pacific on the other. This special morning we were able to stop in a few places and enjoy whales being very active in the morning.
After time in ethe valley we drove back to our favorite beach at mile marker 20. The beach seems to have several names, we use Murphy beach. The best part is that right next to it are the historic Molokai fish ponds. If you are interested in ancient engineering history you will want to see these, visit the refurbishment and get a cultural history as well.
After coming back to the condo we swam in the pool and just realaxed. We bought steaks and grilled out ourselves, watching the most beautiful sunset ever. After dinner we headed back into town to purchase hoot fresh baked bread at Kinematsu out back. Literally you have to walk down the alley, go to the back door of the bakery and ask for a fresh hot loaf. They have several different spreads, my favorite is thcream cheese and cinamon. Only from 7.30 pm to midnight, but if you are interested ini doing a deal in the back alley, this one is the best.
Whale watching tommorow, can’t wait.