Haiku Plantation Inn: Maui Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and bonsai and creative displays. They also had two cool labyrinths. Each of us walked one of them. We finished the gardens about 2:30 pm, and there was still time for an afternoon hike. We headed for the nearby Kahakapao Loop Trail. The full trail is over 5 miles long, so we decided to do a short out and back leg of it. It was a wide, well marked trail in a ...
... from a certain three year old any longer! The entire morning was spent at the beach and the pool. Owen was on the beach for literally three seconds before he was covered in sand! We built various sand castles, mammals, shapes, and motes. We played chase and had snacks. We did pretty much everything one can do at the beach except actually go in the water. It turns out that neither Macyn or Owen are huge fans of waves! The pool ...
Today we went to our favourite snorkelling beach, Ulua Beach in Wailea. I didn't snorkel yet, but did do some boogie boarding. It was quite hot; we did get sunburnt. We went home for lunch around noon, and then headed to Lahaina, a quaint little town like Moose Jaw or Banff on West Maui. We also went past Lahaina, to Kaanapali, Kapalua, and ...
... series of holes and caves but sadly, didn't work. Must have had it in picture mode, and even that, it isn't great. We brought a picnic lunch there and stayed til about two. I'm pretty sure I spent three hours snorkelling. Love it when conditions are like that! So calm and awesome visibility. Then we headed back to the condo to shower ...
... one of us said let's not go any higher. On the way down,
we stopped at a lavender farm and purchased a few items for home.
After traveling back to the resort, we met the crew of the Gemini, a 64'
catamaran, for a sunset sail. It was a bit cloudy at the start but the
sun peaked out the last 1:15 minutes of the sail. We were privileged to
see a pod of three pacific humpback whales that put on quite a show. ...