Maalaea Surf Resort
Travel Blogs from Kihei
It rained all night which made for very nice sleeping in our cabin. The rain stopped about 7:00 so we explored the coastal headlands adjacent to the cabins. We stopped at Hana again to try and find the red sand beach (eroded cinder cone). Not that exciting so we moved on. With all the rain the previous evening, we were a little apprehensive about returning from Hana ...
It has been nearly two weeks since we left Papua New Guinea, and it is remarkable to look back at what a unique and interesting trip we had there! Nearly everyone we meet has a similar reaction when we mention we were in PNG, "Wow, I've heard it is primitive and dangerous". Certainly both of those are true, but properly managed, they make for a great adventure.
From this point forward, our travels will be taking on a much less "adventurous" dimension, and will ...
... Drugs near pukalani for antihistamine tablets and deodorant - longs is more supermarket than drug store as we know it. Sells booze and ice cream and food as well as make up, toiletries and medicine. Mark wants to make a trifle for the wedding but is starting to realise the ingredients may be hard to come by here. Not much in the way of cream for a start! But I do think it'd be a good place to get souvenir sweets for ...
... at the Pioneer Inn which was first built by a George Freeland. He was a 6ft 5inch English Candian Mountie who was sent to Hawaii to get his man but lost him. Not wanting the embarrassment he decided to stay in Maui and started his businesses which included building the Inn and many other buildings like the Pioneer Saloon, the Pioneer Garage and the Pioneer Liquor Company. He was big in his time and died in 1925 leaving 6 children.
For lunch ...
We stopped at a small store out in the middle of nowhere and bought some chips and salsa to snack on while we drove. As we started getting closer to civilization, we saw tall, bright white windmills against the blue of the ocean, as well as palm trees and of course more beautiful flowers.
When we got to the other end of the Piilani Highway, we could see the island of Lanaii out in the distance, as well as the small ...
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking