Maui Homestay B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... s Cage was the last in this are at the airport. After crossing the Wailua River we were In Opaekaa we saw Dinocroc vs Supergator in Coco Palms who had Bam Bam who used to own the business we are on. The next movie was Elvis's Blue Hawaii Wedding. At the Opaekaa falls we stopped for a restroom break and photos of Waialeale Mountain producing 488 inches of rain a year, making it the wettest place on earth. We saw clips of Donovan's Reef again and Wackiest Ship in the Army ...
... plane destined for Maui. It resulted in a two hour delay but we got here nonetheless. Macyn and Owen behaved really well on the 5.5 hour flight to Maui, each napping for about 2 hours. Right before we landed the crew served us Mai Tai's. This was obviously a precursor for the great things to come. Once we got off the plane we immediately felt the moist warm tropical air. Everything was good ...
... see that the road to the peak is open, and parking is available there, so proceed up the steep winding road to the peak (at 3,055 metres, or 10,023 feet). There is a good garden of the silversword plants, a shelter with views all around, and a path to an overlook. There is a road to the complex of observatories, but there is construction work going on, and no public access, so we take photos and head back down to the Haleakala Visitor Centre which is right on the edge ...
... upgraded us to a suite, so we have a giant kitchen, lounge, bathroom and bedroom with a big verandah overlooking the beach and the resort. After lunch and a swim, David, Doni, Graham and I caught the shuttle bus and went to Merrimans for dinner. We had local clams and I had the local fish Mahi Mahi which was quite ...
... bring swimming trunks. But, I am sure, with Shane living here for a long while, he will be back to swim here.
The afternoon found us at the trailhead. We have a hike in the mountains to do before dark. The trail is over rocks and under fallen trees. It is uphill and passes by rock cliffs where you can tell rock climbers have been. Sometimes the trail is not there, just underbrush. Numerous times we have to cross the creek to pick up the trail on the other side. ...