Wailea Ekolu South Maui Condos
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... a bad move. The temperature was unusually high at 33F with very high humidity. By the time we got to the beach we were both drenched. We had lunch at one of the restaurants on the beach, there are lots of complexes along the beach that the general public can access. The only thing is you can't use their pools or loungers but you are free to use the beaches.
It was a struggle walking back to The Palms in ...
... water. We had invited Watson but he had to go and get his nails done, or something. :). I won't attack his manhood too much in this post as he's a grown man and can do what he wants. However he did miss out on some caveman bonding and views of wildlife in bikinis. Back to the paddling: the water was so calm and so clear it felt surreal. Such a great paddle. SUP is definitely a sport in which to unwind and relax while ...
... own version. I pledged to try them all.
Maui was next, a smaller island formed by two volcanic peaks looking as you approach it somewhat like a giant pair of lopsided breasts. This felt more like we expected Hawaii to be. The top speed limit on the island is 40mph, but everyone usually cruises around at about 25. Using your horn is considered the height of rudeness. The population is made up of equal parts Hawaiians, hippies, American ...
... really well with coffee. Wish I could have loaded more on my plate!
Here's the menu of what we had,
Greens with Lemon Vinaigrette
Tofu with baked beets, chard, herb
Fresh fish with Maui onion & green
Freshly baked Focaccia with fresh herb
Chocolate truffle with espresso (beans grown & roasted in farm)
I believe I've 3 servings......
Stopped by Wal-Mart to get a couple of ...
... juice and strawberries. Of course, they got the non-alcoholic drinks and enjoyed them - so much so they ordered a second drink.
Soon it was time to eat. We were some fo the first to get to go through the buffet line. There was so much food!! They served traditio,nal Lualu fare including Pau'a Kalua, Laulau, Poi, Ahi Poke, He'e Poke, Taro Salad, and Sweet Potato. They also served Pulehu Steak, chicken Long Rice, Island Style Chicken, Maui ...