Wailea Grand Champions Villas
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... quiet one hanging around the pool, I went to the local health food market for a salad again it really is a great place.
Our dinner out at Leilani's was very nice, no corn and lots of laughs. We had a drink at the Hula Grill prior to dinner met some nice people, a couple from Toronto and a couple from Green Bay so some "Packers" fans :-)
... as Leianna and Ariel have got us all a table at the flatbread place.. We have to wait outside for a bit but ultimately we get in and Mark and I share a 16" kalua pork with pineapple. Washed down with coconut porter. It's awesome. We all part company in the parking lot, as Paul o'regan and Ariel leave tomo/tonight. Sad. Feels like its starting to end :( Back to the house to chill and sleep about ...
... Over 19,000 of the acres are wilderness. This place is alive with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture. The land also protects endangered species, some of which don't exist anywhere else.
One species, Nene (Hawaiian Geese) can be seen running along the ground as we hike to the crater. The nēnē died out entirely in the park at one point. But, in 1946 they were re-introduced with the help of the Boy Scouts. They carried young birds into the ...
... Stir Fry Vegetables, Local Style Fried Rice, Island Crab Salad, Pohole Salad, and Lomilomi Salmon. There were many other additions such as rolls, banana bread and desserts - brownies (with chili on top, coconut jello, shortbread cookies, and a passion fruit tarte.
During dinner there was a most gorgeous sunset over the ocean. Tracy hardly had time to eat because she spent so much time out taking pictures of the sunset. It lasted forever ...
Can't say today was overly filled with accomplishments, but that may be the greatest accomplishment of all. We started off going strait into town (after a morning soak in the hot tub) to eat at 'Uncle Bill's'. It is a roadside vendor really, on someone's (Bill's) private lot. The kitchen is an old used panel van. There is a pretty ramshackle veranda under which you can eat. The woman who was working there was worth the money for the food. The food was free. Full of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWailea Grand Champions Villas
The resort is well located with a good standard of facilities. It would be advisable however to service the resort at appropriate hours. Sprinklers were going off at 3am outside my bedroom window which meant I never got a full night's sleep. Also palm trees were being trimmed/ felled while we tried to relax by the pool in the afternoon.
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