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Lovely day in the park.
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Centerpiece of the trip: we made our way to the continent of Antarctica. There were icebergs. Lots of icebergs.
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This looks absolutely amazing! You must have enjoyed it enormously.... :)
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A few shots from Buenos Aires before we go totally incommunicado.
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You are hereby informed that you may be informed of your obligations with respect to this property.
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Finally starting to get through my photos - these cover December 21-27, as we visited the Falkland Islands and South Georgia Island. Pictures of Antarctica proper coming soon!
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Great pictures,looks like National Geographic!!
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You get a higher class of graffiti here.
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  • Google Inc.
    Product Counsel, 2010 - present
  • Day Casebeer Madrid & Batchelder LLP
    associate, 2007 - 2009
  • Howrey LLP
    associate, 2009 - 2010
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
    law clerk, 2006 - 2007
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East Texan, Northern Californian, temporary Londoner, itinerant nerd, cyberlawyer.
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  • Rice University
    Computer Science, 1999 - 2003
  • University of Texas at Austin
    Law, 2003 - 2004
  • Stanford Law School
    Law, 2004 - 2006
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Astonishing. Not just the best meal I've ever had in Hawaii - one of the best meals I've ever had, anywhere, period.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Might work for you, but we spent only a few hours here before decamping for a quieter spot - without any guarantee that we'd get our money back. It was that far from what we'd expected. The big problem was that the common areas, like the outdoor lounge area, were crowded and loud. The loudness was driven up unnecessarily by the TV at the bar being cranked up too loudly - that led to the cocktail-party effect: loud patrons at the bar shouting to be heard over sports on the TV, people by them shouting to be heard over the bar patrons, and so on. The whole vibe was much more "intoxicated and boisterous" rather than "chilling with some drinks." It's not loud in the rooms, which are well-appointed. If you're looking for a home base to venture forth from and occasionally have dinner at, this isn't a bad place. If your idea of a fun time in Maui is relaxing by the beach or at the bar, consider somewhere else.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
The interior is nicely appointed, with classy wood trim and well-spaced tables. But the selling point (it's in the name) is the loft - and the loft was a mediocre experience. The rooftop patio is indeed on the rooftop, but there are high walls that block nearly all view from your table - it's no different, in terms of experience from sitting on the ground. Food was also mediocre. I had the lamb shanks, which were a bit low in quality, with a fruity sauce lacking in complexity. My wife had the blackened chicken, which was dry. Quality definitely not up to the price.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
This is one of those lovely places that you're glad to find. Prices are reasonable, service is thoughtful, communication is great. The staff proactively spots opportunities to help (hey, did you know you had a tear in your shirt here? We'll stitch that for you.) Will return again and again and again.
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reviewed a year ago
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Truly a magical place. The beach is steps away, and the bay is secluded, peaceful, and beautiful. The property is peaceful, calming, and an escape from the bustle. (We had originally booked a stay at the Hyatt in Lahaina, and we abandoned it after discovering that the common areas are far too loud.) Minus one star because some of the rooms, including ours, do not have air conditioning. Ultimately this was not a big problem for us - we went off-season and the nights were cool enough to sleep with the fan that the resort kindly provided. But if this is a concern for you, you might want to make sure you have AC in your room.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Adorable, proper diner. The exterior, in a somewhat dingy strip mall next to Goodwill, looks a little forbidding, but once you go in you see a bustling staff, heaping plates of excellent diner food (made with fresh ingredients, not too greasy), and almost always, magically, just one open table for two. This has become our favorite brunch spot.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We went here because we (two Texas natives) were jonesing for Tex-Mex. We knew the food would be mediocre relative to the best of what Austin and Houston have to offer - and it was, and we were fine with that. (If we wanted great Mexican, period, there are obviously about a billion options nearby.) But the service experience marred things badly. - We showed up to a near-empty restaurant and shouldn't have had to wait for a table, but there was nobody at the host stand for a long while after our arrival. - Refills to our drinks were very, very slow in coming. - We got iced tea without sweetener. We asked for sweetener and didn't get it for a long time (our waitress didn't bring it, we had to flag someone else down.) - We ordered chili con queso as an appetizer, but it came out well after our entrees. - Our fajitas were badly undercooked. We sent them back for recooking and were told it'd just take a minute - it took something more like ten. - We ordered the fajitas with refried beans but got black beans. - After we finished the meal and got the check, it took a total of ten minutes (at this point we were actually timing it) between the time we put down our credit card and the waitstaff was able to complete the process of noticing, taking the card away, running it, and bringing it back for our signature. Of course, no one of these things standing alone is particularly noteworthy; had the service involved just one or two small fumbles, that'd be a normal experience and we'd be eager to go back from time to time. But the whole meal was just a comedy of bad-service errors. Our waitress said at the beginning of our meal that she was working with a partner. There was no sign of the partner at all, and the waitress was really frazzled, working something like six or seven tables at once with very little help. The staff apparently works on a team service concept, which could work, but in this case the staff was failing badly to work together as a team and pick up each other's slack.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago