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Travel Blogs from Kihei
We woke up to the sound of the surf but no birds this morning, moving to the ocean front you don't hear the garden birds which is fine I know they are there :-)
Happy Sunday everyone! We didn't have to change our clocks as Hawaii doesn't adhere to the day light savings time changes...yahoo...I've always disliked the changing of time in the fall and spring so this year I avoid it, a little ...
... for happy hour. Each day we pick a resort to go to for evening cocktails and to watch the sunset. The Four Seasons is our favourite to date. I am becoming quite attached to rum based cocktails, especially Blue Hawaiians and piņa coladas.
Until yesterday, the weather had been perfect, but it has been raining and squalling these last two days, but it cleared a bit this afternoon.
The temperature of the water is just lovely and the water is ...
... tourist industry which was the main reason for the harbour. When I say harbour; I guess I mean a Marina twice the size of our Auckland Marina's.
This Marina was also the Maui Headquarters of the US Coast Guard and there were two Coast Guard ships in port. They also had the best building in the Harbour also.
The third bus then carried us to Lahaina and all in all the trip took us over 2 hours. By this time it was lunch and we ...
... poolside, Tony , a fire alarm salesman from California and Mike a captain of a cargo ocean freighter from Washington. Tony brings his family to Hawaii often but normally stays in Kihei. Now that he experienced Kaanapali and the Whaler, he prefers the Kaanapali area. Mike has been vacationing here at the Whaler for the last 25 years. He was very knowledgable about the area. He mentioned that his grandfather bought the ...
... and of course another turtle!
The highlight of the day though was certainly the a whale watch, within minutes of heading out into the harbour their was a whale spotted, and wow what a treat it was a mum and just a few days old baby, the mum seemed completely unperturbed by us and even swum closer so the captain had to turn off the boat until the mum got far enough away. The baby was constantly flicking his flippers ...
Other places to stay in Kihei
2828 Umalu Place, Kihei | B&Bfrom $140
808 Kupulau Drive, Kihei | B&B$85 average
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3259 Akala Drive, Kihei | B&Bfrom $111
2838 Umalu Place, Kihei | B&Bfrom $140
80 E. Welakahao Road, Kihei | B&Bfrom $40
Pob 1747, Kihei | B&Bfrom $55
989 South Kihei Road, Kihei | B&Bfrom $60
435 Kalalau Place, Kihei | B&Bfrom $80
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2840 Umalu Pl, Kihei | B&Bfrom $95