Maalaea Surf Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... with pickled kula vegetables; hamachi tacos with avocado mousse, morrocan lamb and candied beets; machego cheese in kale caesar wraps, garlic-chili prawns with seafood sausage grits, rock-shrimp poke and char-sui pork; confit of salmon and sweet sausages in steamed buns; grass-fed prime rib sliders and THE BEST Korean fried frog legs! If you can believe it, the frog legs were our favorite food all night! They were made by the local cooking school. Not ...
... so we can't complain!
Lahaina is a particularly 'arty' town and has over 5 galleries on the main front all with unique work and exhibitions. Its also hard to ignore the colour that is bursting from the shop fronts and shop signs - what a lovely place!
There is clearly money in this town, along with the posh galleries there are high end restaurants and bars all wrestling ...
... from my time in Kauai- three cars per side on a one lane bridge, so we were able to avoid any Hawaiian faux pas. And we didn't see more than three cars at a time. After turning into a county road we continued for a bit before encountering the Bell-stone, a huge boulder on the right side of the highway that apparently will make a metallic bell ringing sound if hit properly. We didn't try and pulled off on the left side of the road, where there were ...
... art show", I pointed it out and we quickly turned, the Christmas show forgotten for the time being. We pulled into a lot and suddenly, the mother load. There was a huge area with tents set up, and a sign that said "Maui Swap Meet". Interesting - I had read about this, but hadn't been super interested, thinking it would be more like a flea market than an artist market, but I figured since we were there and there were LOTS to vendors, and ...
... spot for our towels and head for the water. I'm heartened because there are two snorkeling tour boats anchored out on the right side of the bay. Getting into the water is tricky because of the rocks but the bay is so sheltered that there is virtually no surf. As I lowered my head into the water my heart sank - it was murky, sandy. I tapped Jeff and pointed out by the tour catamarans. "Let's head that way. The boats always drop off at the best spots." It was a ...