Island Sands Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of cheap **** out there, and she shared her passion for the local products, something I really appreciated, we talked a little bit about Canada,a and I shared that I had heard we got about a foot of snow at home, and I wasn't missing it. I asked her about the wind, and if it was usual - she said not at all! While it is true that the trade winds pick up in the afternoon, she said the winds we are currently experiencing are very out of the ordinary, and she ...
... we prepared supper which was to be had poolside and camera for some Garner Comeault family photos. Duncan promised to keep his pants on. Photos were successful. We then went to put kids to bed and then the boys went out to consume alcohol and talk about the intricate details of war movies and which style of bikinis we liked best. I need to go to bed now. I'm pretty sure I cover all bases. See you tomorrow! ...
... the way back.
Our trip to Wailea was fantastic I loved that area! 3 amazing golf courses even with a discount the price is min. $195 yikes not going there. The shops at Wailea were really great I loved the area, open mall a successful retail trip, 1 skirt, 1 dress a cool hat too :-) From there we went to explore some beaches. Our first stop was the 5 Caves it's supposed to be a great snorkel ...
... Rock just observing them. I saw them come up for air a foot in front of me. It was so amazing. After we had our turtle fun, we got ready for the luau. I followed Trip Advisor's recommendation and booked the Old Lahaina Luau, in the town called Lahaina a short shuttle ride away. Our table sat 8 and we made friends with our neighbors which is becoming a common thing on Maui. It's fun to share stories of where we've been, when we arrived and what we are doing. You ...
... visitor center. From the parking lot, we had a great view of the American and Hawaiian flags flying on top of the visitor center against the bright blue of the ocean. We stamped our passports, changed out of our swimsuits, put on hiking boots, and were ready to start our hike on the Pipiwai Trail.
The trail started fairly muddy, with tree roots criss-crossing all over the trail. The trail led through dense forest area, with green ...