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.
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... rain. I had a serving of coconut shrimp it is so good there, we tried to wait out the storm but it was definitely not going to stop so we (and when I say we) I mean Doug, Patti and I decided to walk back home oh and did we get soaked oh yes we did!!! Bryan took a cab and we made it back before him wet and chilly :-) We ate in tonight appy's and an early night.
Another great day even in the rain!
Until tomorrow good night.
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 ...
... in trees with amazing rock spires and a pretty little stream. It was of course on the tourist trail, so we took a few pictures and then fled the bus tours and headed for home.
Maui is a truly amazing place, with some of the most stunning scenery I've ever seen, unfortunately other people also know this, so it's quite busy for a "tropical paradise", definitely a contrast to the quiet of Big Island.
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... all of this buried with sand. Two guys came out and talked about how the pig is prepared and how it's cooked (they put hot rocks in with the pigs - and no, it's not lava rocks, and that's what cooks the pig. They were very funny. I liked how they asked who were first times and then gave us the Hawaiian word for a first timer. Then asked who were there for a second time and gave us a Hawaiian word for something similar to veteran. Then asked who was ...