Ho'olei at Grand Wailea
Travel Blogs from Wailea
... struck us travelling around SF and also parts of Oahu was the homelessness. Everywhere you looked in city areas there were poor unfortunates, lying on street corners or pushing all their worldly possessions around in a shopping trolley. I’m not sure what it says about America’s social welfare system, but you certainly don’t expect to come away from a Western country- possibly the most Westernised of countries, complaining about the ...
... 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 ...
Well the weather forecast for today was continued winds and rain. Instead, we got gorgeous sunshiny wonderfulness and fairly calm, which meant beach and snorkelling! So after a quick swim at our condo and then breakfast we packed up and headed to Kapalua Bay. Have to say, of the many beaches I've been to in Maui, I think it's my favourite. The beach is gorgeous and the snorkelling on the right hand side is terrific. We parked ourselves in a shady area ...
... to be part of the problem. This organization is a non-profit one dedicated to the respectful study of and preservation of the Humpback. Even though there are strict Hawaiian rules regarding whale watching and boats so as not to create the issues we’re all concerned about, The Pacific Whale Foundation has their own even stricter policies to mandate their own behaviour.
The tour was less crowded (likely due to the timing); entertaining with, as well as ...
This morning we loaded up our sweet Chevy Impala and headed to the Lahaina Station of the Sugar Cane Train. This train ride has been on Autumn's must-do list since the minute she passed the station nearly ten days ago. And every time we drive by it she reminds us of how she wants to ride that train! Today, she got her wish and she was all smiles! The Sugar Cane Train takes Maui tourists on a six mile ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center