Wailea Ekahi Village
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Great facility, nice pool and tennis courts. Fab location next to the beach! The condo was in great shape and easily had room for 6.
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For sure, staying in Wailea was lovely! Great weather, even during showery days. The water is so warm. Beautiful scenery and so much to do.
We had the privilege of staying with relatives, steps from the beach and enjoying quite a few activities. We rented a car, ate at home and at the many great restaurants.
Maui Wave Riders, including …
... of the windscreen turned immediately opaque as the sun hit it, and we were forced to jam on the brakes to miss a car we had seen parked by the road just before the windscreen went opaque. We managed to see enough through the side windows to get off the road and clean the windscreen with a towel, no mean feat with a large sloping windscreen.
We carried on through a residential area reminiscent of the more flash parts of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, with ...
... the iPad screen that well for photos. It was kind of nice being on EST and being up for sunrise of our own free will.
The resort was really top notch. We both agreed hands down the nicest hotel either of us had ever stayed at. The service was amazing without being overbearing and the little touches like replacing our dog-ears and post-it notes with bookmarks while we were gone and leaving sunglass cleaning ...
We get up early as we promised Paul o'Regan we'd get him back to kihei to check out of one condo as he's moving into another later today. We go to Melanie and Jamie's first. Leianna and Ariel are driving to Hana, so Paul Ryan is without motor - hence our offer to drive both Pauls to Kihei. We go to Paul's condo and he packs up, while we eat yoghurt and papaya. Then onto Stella blues for ...
... sharp and cold. Without it, the temperature would have been just fine, if a little brisk. But it seems it’s always windy.
The view at Haleakala is spectacular, overlooking the crater that is multi-colored. It’s geology at work. The kids were not too impressed, but we encouraged them to look out at the vastness of it, the blue sky. We’re above the clouds, perhaps it was the highest we’ve ever been while our ...