We woke up to pouring rain again, but this time it seemed to be sticking around. We had a nice breakfast and lazed around for a bit. I took a picture of the lanai and made a rainy lanai in Lanai joke on Instagram:
The rain had tapered off, but it was really humid. So, we ran downhill and on flat and walked anything with an upward direction. We went to look at the beach, I appreciated the one intrepid soul that was determined to enjoy their beach time:
Our house was right next to the Four Seasons resort (it’s actually a part of their property), so we took a short-cut back through the resort. As expected, it was beautiful and fancy. I saw a Hawaiian red-crested cardinal, which I have a photo of from my first trip to Hawaii at the age of 16. Then we saw a regular cardinal and I managed to get this great photo of it:
To call it a city is a massive overstatement, but Lanai City is a cute little town. Because it was Sunday, most shops were closed. Thankfully, the grocery store was open and we could get some tortillas to make fish tacos for dinner. (And reinforce our snack supply.) There was a whimsical sign outside one of the restaurants:
David was the least interested in the Oscars, so he got picked to go to the airport. Jenn & Bryan did make it and got to enjoy the tail end of our Oscar night, then we all headed to bed with the hopes of better weather in the morning.