Maalaea Surf Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... behind Front Street near the middle of the town. The lot we pulled into was running a special of $5 for up to 4 pm, in general you can expect to pay more. It was a short walk to Front Street then over a block to the Wo Hing Museum. We bought the combo ticket that includes 3 museums. Adults were $10 and Seniors were $8. We also bought a map of Old Lahaina that showed at the historical sites and gave you a bit of history on ...
... 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 ...
... sun and ocean breeze. All the beaches in Hawaii are public beaches and the laws state that developers must provide public access and parking every so often to allow them to remain public. This is why there was a public lot at the Ritz Carlton, and there was beach parking and access right next to Mama's Fish House, which is where we had 4:45pm dinner reservations. Mama's is regularly on the list of the best restaurants in the United States and ...
At last we are ready to start our holiday...a gentle and steady easing into the Hawaiian laid back lifestyle, after a long and tedious journey here. We spend lots of waiting around times, but eventually arrived to another 27th December. We quickly equipped ourselves with a mustang convertible and wound our way along highway 360 to arrive in Maui in time for happy hour and whale watching. A couple of Long Island iced teas later and we were ready to hit the sack. We ...
... roll, packet of chips, a banana and bottled water. It all fitted into Andrews backpack. The island is like walking though North Queensland but it has a different air about it. The plants were amazing probably because we can't grow them at home. I took photos of flowers when she would stop to show us something like Passionfruit, red ginger were just some. We tastes guava, avocado and the 3,2,1 nut which are known for "if you eat three of these, your number twos will be like ...