Wailea Elua Village
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... must have overlooked the air part. I tried not to complain too much and figured that this was just a luxury tent that I am camping in for a few nights. The rest of the night was not that exciting but involved dinner, and planning the trip for tomorrow. We heard that they national park is closing the trail we want to go on at noon due to the storm so we plan to get out there before then so we can hike it. Goodnight, Anthony ...
... 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!
... flat land between the two volcanoes, pretty well all planted with sugar cane, and dominated by the large bulk and steaming chimneys of the sugar mill. There is probably a lot more land under cultivation than you would think, obviously enough to support a large mill, but the scale of the two volcanoes makes everything else seem small.
There is a surprisingly large traffic volume, most of it going our way, and all of it faster than the speed limit, so we tend ...
... Poke), passion fruit Ono ceviche and Kahlua-style shortrib (a style of pulled pork served on the Islands). Two very pleasant surprises were the wine that they served with the menu. Not your average big supplier stock. It got slightly embarrassing asking the server repeatedly to bring the bottles out for a quick photo. Check out the Dolcetto from Palmina Vinyards, a mom and pop vineyard in Santa Barbara. The ...
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 ...