We are enjoying our tropical vacation in Maui. But then its hard not to, toes in the sand, the wind in our hair and the sound of the ocean while going to sleep at night. Every time we are in Maui we always show a picture of the sad little sail boat as we have called it. Here is what they said about it in an article in the Maui news. " Six Halloweens ago, an Oahu man ran the 30-foot, steel-hauled Dolphin aground in an effort to reach Lahaina's big party night. Now the 22-ton hulk rests on sand in just 6 feet of water at medium tide. It's situated inshore of a delicate reef and roughly 100 yards offshore from the Historic Lahaina Store at 744 Front Street.
The other pictures are ones that we took on our first snorkel in front of out hotel. There is so many different kinds of fish there and its hard to just spend a half an hour, you end up saying just five more minutes and then an hour and a half goes by.
This is a lizard fish
This is a Pennant Butterfly fish.