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... then home to the condo for a nap. We decided to walk into central Wailea in the evening for dinner and a drink. It is only about 3/4 of a mile from the condo but the walk is exhausting as it is so hot and humid. You can't walk 100 yards without being drenched in sweat, not very comfortable but you just have to get used to it.
After dinner we had a look around the 'Shops at Wailea' then walked back to the condo for a nightcap.
... then we were full sun for the rest of the day.
Before embarking on our journey to the beach Bryan found a lovely hat to match Doug's...too funny see picture. We made our way south to Mile 14 beach and set up camp for the afternoon. The water was fairly calm but there big rollers that broke over some of the coral off shore, this area has alot of coral and some fish, didn't see any ...
... each cannot resist stopping constantly for photos. The same craters look totally different as we look at them along different parts of our hiking path. We are both overwhelmed by this hike through this natural wonderland.
By the time we reach the Kawilinau Crater we find it is at 7,234 feet elevation, which means we have hiked several thousand feet down from the summit. The crater is a 65 ft deep hole. There is a fence around it to keep you from getting to close ...
... winds and how it all happens, I didn't understand all of it but I just knew it was cool to watch. We stayed for quite some time taking pictures and videos of what the sign described as Instant Weather.
We made it to the top and parked in the lower lot so we could visit this Visitors Center as well. We were enjoying the views out the big window wall. We learned the volcano. It was really pretty with different colors of reds and ...
Plumeria has been our favourite flower during this journey. It has a sweet scent and is often used in 'leis' (Hawaiian garland). Little did we know that it is used commonly in cemeteries and is known in Hawaiian as 'make-man' translated as 'dead man' flower!!! Check out the plumeria in our photos (the yellow/white flower on our right ear).
That brings me to Lumeria...a beautiful retreat set in upcountry Maui ...