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There are no nearby bars, cafés and bars without masses of people. This group of travellers supports the stores and restaurant that would go bankrupt without them. When you want to stay on a good snorkel spot off the beaten track, you have few options, all of which are prohibitively pricey, and none of them are within walk access of stores and dining places.
Surrender your non-realistic expectation and you can spend the night on good snorkel sands. In Kaanapali and Wailea you can snorkel well. You can snorkel in and around the Ritz in Kapalua, as well as in some stores and restuarant. Both Lanai and the Big Islands have remote snorkelling spots on magnificent snorkelling shores, but neither is close to many of them.
and the big island is just too big. One has almost no stores and canteens, the other has some, but they are distributed over a large area. The Kauai is beautiful and less advanced than Maui, but it has a bad snorkelling because it has plenty of clean waters.
and Honolulu has the best stores and places to eat in the state. And Oahu has many wonderful sands. The Waikiki is no more advanced than Kaanapali or Wailea. There are relatively quiet places on the shore if you are looking for them, and the surrounding scenery is overpowering.
Transcribed by "Stranded Lullaby" on the Hawaii Pt. II record. This is a transcript of Joe Hawley's "Murders" from the Hawaii album: Accords appear either above the harmonica or above the keyboard, according to whether the keyboard is on. The lower case means that the accord is chubby. An example: 7 in eBoll means 7, and 7 in E-dominant means 7 and so on.
Cycle means decreased. When it' next to a 7, it's a completely decreased 7. If it has a line through it and it's next to a 7, it's half decreased. From" Hawaii: The lower case means that the accord is chubby. An example: 7 in eBoll means 7, and 7 in E-dominant means 7 and so on.
Cycle means decreased. When it' next to a 7, it's a completely decreased 7. If it has a line through it and it's next to a 7, it's half decreased. By Joe Hawley (&co)'s record "Hawaii Pt. ii."