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Entries for May 2014

          One of my favorite places to snorkel or dive is the small cove across from the 16-mile marker of Hwy 30 on the northwest side of Maui. The waves lapping upon the black-sanded beach are only ankle high. The ocean surface is pond-like calm. Mazes of coral rise to within a foot or two of the surface, and are teaming with every kind of tropical fish one could hope to find on the islands—including the occasional shark. The location is far enough south from Lahaina that it’s not crowded with tourists, and is only frequented by the locals. In short, it’s the perfect place to set up camp, picnic, and hang out for the day.

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