After carrying our luggage to our room, our bellhop took our picture in front of the balcony on our first night on Maui.
Scenery as we drove to different snorkeling places.
Big man dancing.
Fire juggler (I doubt that's his professional title.)
View from our balcony:
A painting of "the lighting of the torches" that takes place just outside our resort every night. When the guy has lit all the torches along the rocks, he dives into the ocean.
Cows? In Hawaii? I felt right at home.
Pretty blue water
A bouquet, Hawaiian style. And in a 5-gallon bucket.
Kyler repeatedly telling me to get out the camera and take a picture of this cross before we drive past it. I was going as fast as I could...
Waterfall from the airplane:
The missing toilet picture from a previous post. Classy, I know.
Being the wonderful student I am, I thought that being over 4000 feet in the air meant that we were a mile high in the air. Not only was that incorrect, I was told not to say repeatedly that now we can join the Mile High Club. Apparently that phrase isn't used literally to mean that you're a mile high in the air...I'll let you Google that yourself.
And unless I find more blogworthy photos or remember a blogworthy story from our trip, this probably concludes the Honeymoon series.