Ala'aina Ocean Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the rest of the day getting groceries, shopping in Lahaina and getting information on future excursions.
In Lahaina, we visited the harbor and the 150+ year old banyan tree. Attached is a picture showing how big the tree expanded.
Tomorrow we will start the activities.
Chuck and Sheila
... most of the way, the road dares you with over 617 u-turns, 51 one-lane bridges, and although no one flaunts this stat, there are almost no straight-aways in between. The 48 mi drive can take between 2-5 hours one way. We manage 9 miles in 40 minutes with no traffic.
The migration of return trip day tourists means traffic. A young local guy with smiley eyes tells us there are ...
... moved on.
Driving the same road/street there is a red sand beach (a bit other as mentioned in guides), easy to reach and great! All the colors make this beach to remember - from light brown till dark red shades mixing with blue water color makes it unforgettable.
So at 12-00 we departed back home, with some "vista"points on our way, it was great as most traffic was on Hana direction!
Paia is another great small town o n north coast, reminded me a ...
... that. Some activity at the bars/lounges, but it's not like any of them are packed to the rafters with partiers. It's quite laid back, and that's fine with us! It's definitely the laid back hippie island, that's for sure. When I went to close up the curtain to the lanai before going to bed tonite I looked up at the patio ceiling and noticed a gecko shape up there, the same shade as the ceiling. I called Joel over to ask of he had noticed it before. They have quite ...
... occasions vehicles had to maneuver very close to each other, reversing at some points to allow vehicles to pass. It was worth it though. Not only did the road change but the topography of the landscape went from tropical on the north and east sides to dry grassland on the south and west. As we came around to the west side we could see Wailea about 10 miles away but we would need to drive around 60 miles further to get back to the condo as there is no connecting road down ...