Wailea Elua Village
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... with our own wine in hand or remaining up in our room for a bit to start the day fresh tomorrow. Tomorrow we will be relocating to the northwest side to Kaanapali beach but have a few hours to kill prior to checking in so we plan to take the "dirty" hike to the lighthouse on the LaPerouse hike through the lava rocks. Following check in we will be attending the first of three scheduled Luaus. Talk to you soon!
... Mr Jane Fonda recently bought the rights and doesn't allow the tour to use them. We first went past the airport and saw a scene from George Clooneys, 2010 The Descendants. At Ahukini we saw Pagan Love Song, Donovan's Reef and Six Days Seven Nights. We got out and looked around the area and took photos. The trade winds have returned after four weeks and the breeze is lovely. When we got back on the bus we ordered our lunch of the fish sandwich. Honeymoon in Vegas ...
... zone on a well kept winding road through green pasture land which is notably free of livestock. By the time we get to the entrance to Haleakala National Park, we have broken through into clear blue sky above us. At the Park Headquarters’ Visitor Centre, we check out the information displays, and take photos of the interesting silversword plants, which look like they have been sprayed with silver paint. The plant has a number of different forms, starting with ...
Taking the catamaran from Makena Beach over to Molokini was super. We saw tons of fish, whales, dolphins and turtles.
Don't miss Pita Paradise, in a strip mall, but fab food.
The pizza joint up the hill from the Shops at Wailea is great!
But... bring your credit card. Maui is no bargain. Even eating in will set you back, and the accommodation is high quality and high price.
Enjoyed it very ...
... arguably the most well preserved and resilient of the Native American cultures. There is actually one Polynesian island, Tonga I think, that was actually never visited by Europeans. Now, I'm not sure that that means they were never invaded by other foreigners from Asia, but it would still be interesting to research how their culture developed without the European influence. At the mountain, which the bus driver was so good to ...