Aloha! Echoes Of My Neighbourhood #6

Aloha from sunny Maui!

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While the race here wasn’t all that we hoped it would be, the recovery has been fantabulous! We’ve had lots of these to ease our pain…

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Fabulous views…

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Great pool time (for which I had to paint my nails as they are completely destroyed and black and blue from the race… it’s one of those silly foot photos so be glad I did, but you might still be able to see the bandaids)…

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Lots of fun and different sights…

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Gorgeous flowers…

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Lovely Koi…

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Breathtaking sunsets…

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And daily outside running… yes, the streak continues, blistered feet and all!

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It’s been a fabulous vacation!

Thanks to Jackie at A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales for the Echoes Of My Neighborhood challenge!  This is my special neighborhood for the week!

 

 

 

 

 

33 thoughts on “Aloha! Echoes Of My Neighbourhood #6

  1. Tasha

    Such a lovely place to take a vacation. Maybe after your 50 marathons in 50 states you’ll take a vacation from running and actually RELAX next time. Now doesn’t that sound enticing? You’re doing a great job staying focused and will definitely need to reward yourself once you accomplish your goal!

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    1. neveradullbling Post author

      Thanks Tasha! Actually, we went ahead and already booked Maui for next year, with no race! It will be acomplete focus on fun! But don’t get me wrong, we really enjoy our racecations too! It’s just that this race was particularly hard, even for James, 😀

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    1. neveradullbling Post author

      Thank you Lynn! I’m not the best photographer and I know photos don’t really capture the beauty, but Hawaii truly is a special place! If you haven’t been, I highly suggest going!! People are so relaxed and happy and friendly!! 🙂

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