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... south along the coast to the end of the road which turned out to be the last lava flow area on Maui which occurred in 1790. This south coast of the island is the sheltered side and as a consequence is where all the resorts are. There are 100's of them. Lots of golf courses too. I think there are 14 on the island. The geography of the island is very dramatic due to it's size (64k long x 42k at its widest) and being made up of two volcanos. The largest ...
... as a courtesy explanation. With mild distraught and intense frustration, they were able to negotiate their way onto a flight arriving in Maui just after 8pm. Not too horrible, all things considered. Reminds all of us that no matter how much you plan and prepare, things can and will go wrong, especially when traveling. If you think about it, this is truly why we look forward to it; because a predictable experience is predictably ...
... and the dinner portion of the dinner began. We sat with a family of four from the North Bay area and a couple from Northern California, so we were easily able to converse about local sports and our experiences thus far on our trips.
The quality and quantity of food at the luau buffet was incredible. They had ahi poke, he'e poke (octopus), kalua pork, laulau pork, Maui style fish, grilled beef, island-style chicken, crab salad, lomilomi ...
... up in the afternoon.
If you're going to the beach go early - by 9:30 to not fight for a parking spot, and before it gets hot and windy.
I expected better markets and shopping. If you are looking for local art, go to Paia, there are lots of local stores and cute shops. The markets in Kihei are good for cheap trinkets. Lahaina was a good mix of both, but much busier than either the others.
The food is wonderful, in general, but avoid the chains.
... at practically the instant the water is under their boards, their arms flail and they topple right off into the sand. Once, the little boy, apparently in anticipation of water touching his board, simply face plants himself into the sand. I am laughing so hard I can hardly stand up. Jeff takes a 6 minute video of these 'surfers' and we walk down to the beach to give their dad a note with our email addresses so when he gets home if ...
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