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... lunch until 4 PM. They offer açai bowls, smoothies, salads, entrées, and more. It's all vegan, organic, fresh, and delicious. We headed back to our timeshare to pick up a few things and take a short nap. We headed to to Costco in Kahului fill up on gas. Big savings – about $3.64 per gallon compared to $4.42 elsewhere. we had planned to head up to Kula to visit some of our favorite Gardens, but it started to rain pretty heavily. ...
... to the condo and fetch a cooler of beer and vodka drinks. It made us feel like we were in the ocean all morning. The natural progression of booze on the beach led to inappropriate sand sculptures. We have a few years yet before our kids understand what these mean. Subtler forms of filth will then have to be invented. Four hours of fun and all but I are asleep. We'll reconvene at 2:40 in the lobby and check out the ...
... southern side of Maui. We didn't do the whole hike, but did do about half of it. It was really beautiful. The trail bordered a ranch so there were goats wandering out onto the trail. The trail started in a lava field and then worked its way into a forest. In the forest there were really big trees and also some memorials. There was a memorial with really beautiful flowers and benches made out ...
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Arriving Maui, very different landscape (at least near the airport) from Big Island. Dark red/brown dirt with acres & acres of sugarcane. The Maui Gold - Pineapples & Sugars!!!
Visited Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum and read about the difficult lives of early sugarcane workers, most of them immigrants. Imagine wearing long sleeves, long pants ...
... We walked along the water's edge and enjoyed the whole experience.
The sun was starting to set and it was feeding time, so we decided to get some pizzas.
There was a wedding going on, so we could listen to different kinds of music for a change... other than Hawaiian music, that is.
We went to bed on time, because tommorrow we would be driving the Road to Hana again to get to the next hotel in Wailea.