The condo we rented for the week was near the oceanfront, with a gorgeous view of the ocean.
And the morning sunrises made attractive pastel patterns in the sky.
On really clear days, it is possible to see Oahu across this channel. And every once in awhile we saw whale spouts out there. At one time there had been a splendid golf course and an upscale hotel here, too, but for reasons I never fully understood, those things changed hands a couple of times and were abandoned. That's the former 9th (closest) and 1st fairways between us and the ocean.
Between our condo and the shore was something that reminded us of our recent stomp art.
At first I thought those were hunks of coral, carefully arranged. It turns out there is very little coral in this part of Molokai. Those are coconuts painted white. I guess it has been there for a few years.
During the week we were there (Kaluakoi), life was very calm. There's almost a kind of natural selection process at work. It turns out that lots of seniors like a quiet, relaxed holiday. We met a few people at the community bbq, we spent time with our friends, and overall it was a pleasant stay.