Hana Maui Botanical Gardens B&B
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... towards the path we saw people heading back from. We went under a barb wire fence and headed around the coast. To my amazement we found what I believed to be Red Sand Beach. I asked the hostess last night how to get to it and she told me that the resort does not allow her to give directions because people have fallen off and died and the only way to rescue someone is by helicopter. As we were walking this narrow path with our beers in hand I stumbled upon a young ...
... way, bit decided to try it anyway. We stopped at Haleakala National Park (ocean unit). We hiked to the Ohe'o Gulch and at the visitors center Katy saw a sign about weaving a bookmark. She asked and the weaver was out in the park, but a ranger offered to show her how to weave a fish from Palm fronds. The weaver lady (Mona) made it back and while Katy was finishing up ...
... to hike a mountain(in our flip flops by the way). We walked through a rainforest to a bamboo forest before finally arriving at the finish...a massive waterfall. It took about an hour and a half to get up and back down again, and I was exhausted but it was worth it. Normally when you complete the road to Hana, you turn around and do it again to get back to where you came from but Chris and Tara kept on going west on this 1 lane, dirt(sometimes rocks from ...
... were very good and food was even better. Their kale salad, with fruit and miso dressing and Dry Mein (with Iwamoto Natto Saimin noodles) were stand outs.
For anybody thinking of a trip to Hawaii, I would check these guys out!
In addition to our honeymoon, we also celebrated Kathy's birthday. She got a watch that is made in Detroit and a massage from the spa on our last day on Maui.
... but the road twisty and very rough in places.
Most people we meet always ask where we come from. One of the crew when we replied that we came from the New Zealand was very pleased to tell us that he had just learnt that morning that the capital was called Wellingston (yes this is not a typo). The lady that I met at the toast machine this morning had been to New Zealand and was ...