Wailea Ekahi Village
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWailea Ekahi Village
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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... the baby red shrimp that are born there each year which they believe represents her blood bath. We then walked around and found Black Sand Beach. Our trusty waiter had recommended this but we had no idea that this is where it was located. Black Sand Beach is amazing and has giant rocks and a few blowholes. This is now in my top 5 most interesting beaches. The black sand is black rock of all sizes and forms. There are cliffs and waves and even a cemetery and ...
... rum in it but he must have drank it all because it just had coconut milk in it. We grabbed some glow sticks from a local drug store in case we make it to the Commando trail and then headed back to get ready for dinner. We ate at Wolfgang Pucks "Spago" this evening and after the bill came I started wishing that taco bus had been a lot closer. But they celebrated our Anniversary with a cheesecake and special writing, and the ...
... walks right on the road, as the sharp gravel at the side gives his bare feet a hard time.
Wednesday 25th June Maui-The Dreaded Hana Highway
We have only one full day left, so decide we had better bite the bullet and do the 120 mile return trip to Hana, probably wimping out on the full circular route because of insurance-related caveats, and very vague information about the state of the road past Hana. Some people say the road to Hana is the highlight ...
... our sunglasses made us feel a bit spoiled. While planning, we initially questioned if the atmosphere and service would justify the cost and I think we were both persuaded to go back in the future, even for just a short stay.
Two highlights for food in Wailea were restaurants of two friends that kind of started a restaurant coalition for local, sustainable food in Hawaii, since 90% of the food is ...
... as Leianna and Ariel have got us all a table at the flatbread place.. We have to wait outside for a bit but ultimately we get in and Mark and I share a 16" kalua pork with pineapple. Washed down with coconut porter. It's awesome. We all part company in the parking lot, as Paul o'regan and Ariel leave tomo/tonight. Sad. Feels like its starting to end :( Back to the house to chill and sleep about ...