Lanai, a daycation.

It has been 10 days since my sisters were visiting, and I miss 'em like crazy! Although I am happy to have our studio to ourselves again (4 people in 300 sq. feet is a little crammed!), I miss exploring all day, eating out for every meal, and laughing with my sissies. I don't necessarily get homesick, but I do miss good times with family. Anyway, when my sisters were here Ryan hooked us up with a Trilogy sailing trip to Lanai. I realize how lame this is because my last post was about a sailing trip to Lanai, but this was much cooler. We woke up at 5:30, so we could be there by 6-way too early! We caught the sunrise on our hour and a half sail over to Lanai. Lanai is a small island visible from the west side of Maui. About 2,000 people live there year round, and a bunch come visit-mostly richy riches of the world like Justin Bieber and Oprah. They have two gorgeous Four Seasons resorts that cost a minimum of $500/night. Upon arriving, we walked over to a beautiful beach only accessed by a select amount of people. We explored other beaches, more private and secluded beaches, snorkeled with the fish, and even took a van tour of the island. They fed us a lunch of noodles, salad, bbq chicken before we sailed back. It was a cool experience, that became even cooler when we saw whales breaching. 

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