Ho'olei at Grand Wailea
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... windy, narrow road with over 50 one lane bridges. He recommended a place called The Garden of Eden which is a botanical place. Melissa wanted to check it out so we did. We wandered the paths of colorful plants, flowers and fruit trees without fruit within arm's reach. There was a waterfall to view but not entire exciting and a few look out points of the land and ocean. We were told there was a fruit stand on site but that man apparently does not ...
... I did not properly research how to surf and the fact that I should have worn some sort of shirt during this self taught lesson. So what I learned today was: don't mock a 12 foot board because it's still not easy to stay on when water is moving beneath it, wear a shirt, and rent a board where there are bigger waves. There were also rocks ALL over the place so they gave me these goofy water shoes but I am happy they did because ...
... looking for a sign to "Big Beach" (Oneloa Beach) but can't find it, so do a u-turn and return to the State Park, to find this is what we wnted. Walk in a kilometre, with our esky and valuables, to a very impressive golden sand beach, reputed to be the best in Maui, with lots of people and a fibreglass prefabricated Lifeguard post.
We find a spot under a tree which has a section of the trunk providing shaded sitting, have our pretty ordinary lunch then ...
... eggs, sourdough toast, brown rice and hot sauce. Loadsa coffee. Yum! After brekkie, the Paul's and us head down to the 'secret cove' beach, south of Makena, where Mark and I had been before. About an hour later we're joined by Sarah and Simon. We hang out, sunbathing, swimming, paddling, investigating rock pools, then Paul suggest we move back north to another beach called polo beach. It's ...
... was February last time we visited.......Definitely will pay the visit to the Hana side entrance next time. A lot more lush there, which means "lots of rain"!
We're going to come back to the Park tomorrow morning and take the ranger led walk to Cloud Forest @ Hosmer Grove. Heard it's a lot of shady, misty, and good place to observe birds. Not looking forward to the windy road up & down, though.