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... not nearly as many people leaving Maui as arriving... and I don't blame them! We had stops in LA and Calgary again, with no issues, though we did cut it close in Calgary - I probably shouldn't have stopped for that Jamba Juice...
Final thoughts -
Maui is beautiful - the landscapes are varied and the beaches and ocean are beautiful. I found it windy (it was unusually windy the first few days we were there), but the trade winds do ...
... pool overflowing into the next pool below it.”
“What an incredible site,” Pinky says in disbelief. “A hillside full of cascading pools.”
When we return to our car, we notice people crossing the road to the other side.
“I wonder what’s over there. Let’s follow them and see,” I suggest.
When we get to the other side of the road, my mouth drop wide open.
... to see the sunset which you can't see from their restaurant and we were done by 6:30. So would what I might do if people really wanted to see it, go for appy's and a drink. There way more restaurants around the Kaanapali area actually every one we've been to so far that are better.
Back home by 8ish a quiet evening from there.
All and all a great day, glad I can say I've done the Road to Hana. I've included lots of pictures for you to enjoy.
... Bay, where Bree snorkeled. It was cool to see where she swam from above. It was truly impressive and a little scary to think she was that far away from shore and only occasionally with other snorkelers. We got back in the car and decided to check out "Dragons Teeth" which was on our way back to the hotel. This place was awesome. It's a jagged rock path following the contour of a cliff, jutted up against the crashing waves of the ocean. It ...
Tina and I went on an excursion to a plantation and to the Io Valley. Tina could barely move with the pain in her back and her cold and they had to hold the bus for her to get there. Must be spoiling her holiday.
First stop was at the plantation and they took us on a 'tram' ride around the place showing us pineapples, sugar cane, bananas, coffee trees and lots of flowers (yawn) We were at this place from 9.30am to 11.20. I bought some sweet coconut ...
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