Today was a bit of a lazy day. Hey, it's our honeymoon, we can do whatever we want. We don't have to be "tourists" if we don't wanna. So we went for a walk along the golf course that our cottage opens onto and kept going until we reached the Whaler's Village again. We went in and picked up some gifts (for each other and some Christmas gifts for family and friends). Katie bought me a great canvas reproduction of an old map of the Great Lakes that was originally made back in the mid 1700s. Kinda cool to see how explorers perceived our mainland back then. I bought Katie a silver "kissie fish" necklace that she loves as well as another choker style necklace with red glass beads. These became our official wedding gifts to each other since we decided to hold off on buying gifts before the wedding. Much nicer this way.
Later that night, we went to the Royal Lahaina (our hotel) Luau. It was tucked back in a little gated off area behind the hotel that overlooked the sunset on the Pacific Ocean. We watched some professional hula dancers and they were incredible. We also feasted on chicken, beef, rice, corn, rolls, and, of course, pit-roasted pig. That was some of the most tender meat I've ever tasted in my life.