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Maui and Molikai Helicopter Ride and Sunset

We took a heliccopter ride over Maui and then across the channel to the island of Molikai population 5000. 5000 sfoot sheer drop cliffs with major waterfalls ( ever island has a dry side ( 4 inches per year and a wet one facing the trades 400 inches per year of rain). There is a picture of the huge reef on Molikai which we could see manta rays breedng under the a
water. You can see the ancient fish ponds in the reef they used to pen up the fish they trapped as the first form of aquaculture

Also a rock formation off the island looking like the endangered green turtles we swam with snorkeling (Honu)


Last is a sunset off of boat on Mauai

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