We woke up on Day 6 to cloudy skies, misty rain, and somewhat cooler weather. So tentative plans to go snorkeling were changed – it became a museum day.
The Sugar Museum highlighted the lifestyle of the workers, living in camps:
The end-products of raw sugar and molasses are sent to processing plants – and the dry bagasse is recycled to produce energy for the mill:
We went on to Bailey House museum – a former Female Seminary (Edward Bailey was one of the missionaries who ran the school), where girls were taught to be ‘good wives’. Unfortunately, no photos were allowed inside because of copyrights not held by the museum:
Day 7 was still overcast, so more exploring was in order. We checked out various beaches, to see which pools would be best for novice snorkelers like us:
(and got some diving shoes to protect our feet from those rocks when we do go out there).
And an out-rigger:
Even some sand-castle building:
The glorious beauty of Hawaii is never-ending!
Happy relaxation! Blessings, Peg