Wailea Ekahi Village
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Travel Blogs from Wailea
... and sunset) and walked around so we could see things in the daylight. We met a man who had ridden his bike all the way up the road. He said it took him about 6 hours. His camera died just before he got there so he didn't have a picture of his accomplishment. We took a picture for him and said we would email to him. He was so happy. I can't imagine riding a bike that far and on a road that steep. We took some more pictures of the ...
... against local recommendations, but found that it was quite nice. I had a Paniolo drink and Rebecca had a Mai Tai, and Linnea had a 6 dollar lemonade. Charred Ahi Tuna and some coconut crusted shrimp. We shared an entree and Linnea ate a good portion of the vegetables with her keiki fish sticks. Guess who we sat down right next to? The indian family, who we spoke to for a while. She was chatty - a software engineer from Cupertino. Back home, and quick outdoor shower, then to ...
... stayed and read her book. Kathy and I walked to a market to see if they had some jam. They didn't so we bought some shave ice and sat on the beach ( Hokonawai Beach Park) across from the store to eat it. We then headed back to the Condo. Our walk took us about an hour and it was really hot. We ate a little lunch and then went to the pool. Ann arrived back from shopping just as I was about to go to the pool so I waited for ...
... around town. There is a main street (called Front Street), located right on the water............filled with shops. Its like a little seaside town, timber buildings by the shore.............its a lovely place to stroll down the streets.
We spent a few hours looking around.................it was so HOT!!!!! We needed the pool!!!
In the middle of town, there is this HUGE old tree..................its amazing. The pictures do not ...
after the aquarium we set up for more souvenier shopping in kehia. after a little limping around (tam's foot was really bugging her) we stopped back at the tiki bar for a beer. with our shopping nearly done we had another important purchase to make back in wailea. there was a dress that had caught tam's eye on the very first day and since then the shop was closed everytime we went by. so we made sure to get there so she could try it on. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking