We didn't do much this morning; mostly we goofed off and read. I wanted to go for a walk around 8 or so but no one wanted to come with me so I went alone. I walked down the main street. Most of the stores were closed. Only the coffee shops and restaurants were open. I bought a bagel at one coffee shop for Beth. She had wanted bagels for breakfast for a while. Then I crossed the street and came back. The Farmer's market was open so I went in and got some pineapple - it was delicious as most pineapple on this island is. Behind the market was a small little donut shop. They made mini-donuts to order so they were fresh. I thought my family would like it, so didn't order any then.
Afterwards we went to the swimming pool to let the kids swim. I read my book and talked a bit. After about an hour and a half we figured the kids had had enough sun and got them out of the pool and cleaned up.
As you can see we didn't have much of importance scheduled for today. When we got back to the condo the kids played at the beach in the waves and in the sand. The adults brought down some chairs to gab in the shade.
Harold and Kay had told us that there are hula dancers at the Coconut Market place everyday at 5pm. We decided that this was a good lazy day to head over. The hula show was one hula dancer (when Harold and Kay went there were more). But it was a fun diversion to watch. Then we bought pizza there to take back to the condo.
Dad can't eat pizza, so he decided to go out to eat. He said it was the worst food ever. We are quite happy to have had pizza.
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