Haiku Plantation Inn: Maui Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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From our hotel, we were driven to Maalea Harbor to board our yacht Pride of Maui.
It wasn't a good start though...cuz we got off on the wrong side of the harbour. We were already lining up to check in, only to be told that our Yacht is on the other side... Imagine a "U" shape... we have to turn around and walk all the way to the other end... and we had to hurry and reach the boat as ...
... is also a master of turning people's scrap into something useful. Everyone else's rubbish is Peter's treasure and he has built everything on his Ranch with his own bare hands and using readily available local materials. Quite an incredible achievement.
His secret is a website called Craigslist, a classified ads site. He checks it everyday for free stuff or bargains. Over the years he has acquired ...
... blowing raspberries on their bellies. They didn't entertain one another just yet. So what's a couple to do? Fantasize about a vacation, of course. It was back then (and actually even further) that we discussed (or maybe longed/needed/BEGGED) for a beach vacation in Hawaii. We talked about being plopped in the sand with the sun tanning our skin, sleeping in and staying up late, eating raw fish ...
... then a quick stop at the Honolulu Cookie company for some snacks ..delicious shortbread cookies that go well with milk or wine. More swimming in the Pacific in the afternoon when the waves are rolling. Imagine Luke taking out Gramma when we both were surprised by a big one. Pool time afterwards and then showers all around before we read and relax then consider where to have fish tacos tonight.
Aloha spirit is catching ...
In ancient times, the only means man had to record his thoughts was to scratch pictures onto rock. The soft lava found here made an excellent tablet for such drawings. One of the petroglyphs show several figures grouped together and are thought to depict a family. The human figures with large bodies are probably the Ali'i (royalty) and the stick figures may be the commoners. Many different animals, canoes and tools are also ...