Wailea Elua Village
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I thought I would have a break from the blog for a day. Firstly to give everyone a rest and secondly to get our bearings and settle in at the condo.
We landed around 11:30am Pacific Time (10:30pm BST). There was no immigration to go through as we had already entered the US in Chicago. The car rental pick up was a fairly smooth process and we were lucky to pick up an upgrade to a Mercedes E350 ...
... who did some shopping over in Wailea. In the evening, we were off to the much anticipated luau in Lahaina. Macyn has been talking about this event for quite some time and she was certain there would be fire dancers. Unfortunately, there were not, but the food, drinks,and service were all quite amazing. Both Macyn and Owen were intrigued by the dancing. I would even go so far and say that Owen was mesmerized. Once ...
... in the Pacific, you see.
And so this is the place we brought ourselves to next. For the first five days we stayed in Waikiki, a resort town on the busy island of Oahu. Waikiki is all 5 star resorts and designer shops. You couldn’t walk down the street without tripping over a Prada, Gucci or Chanel doorstep. I saw an orange jumper I liked in the Hermes window. We went in to check it out for the craic. It was $3,500. Not our sort of shopping.
... or shrimp.
Lily's not a 100% but she soldiers through the night like the trooper she is. To make her feel a little better the girls get their nails painted whilst Henry and tuck into a frozen ice cream of some description. It's around 10pm and the weather is still around the high 70's - think I said I love this place earlier, guess what? Still do.
... on the right! We were given a tropical drink - non alcholic drinks that were pink and had pink flowers floating in them (unfortunately I don't remember the name). There was Hawaiian music being played by a band and music filled the air. The entire place was right on the beach and the views were magnificent! As we walked around we saw some vendors selling Hawaiian jewelry, tiki carvings and other authentic items. Tiki torches were burning throughout ...