Wailea Makena Condos
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... she was saying. We made it to the "Beacon", which we thought was the "lighthouse" represented as a pole with a light and completed this trail. We arrived at the car and Melissa plugged the GPS to discover that our new arrival time is at 4:35 and our Luau starts before 5. Some of you may think this is plenty of time but let me remind you that I have a Melissa with me so she says to me that I can get ready and she will meet me at the Luau. I find this to ...
... 50. That said we haven't been able to get the top down yet! I will need to have a good look at the manual.
The condo is excellent, very spacious and the location is perfect. The first order of priority was to unpack then stock up on groceries for the week. That meant paying a visit to Walmart which was a 20 minute drive back towards the airport. We got most of the essentials that we needed but for some reason ...
... greener, and the sky increasingly cloudy. By the time we get into the seriously rain-forested area it has started to rain, and we realise we don't have a lot of rain gear with us.
At the famous Twin Falls park, there are hundreds of people, and not much, if any, parking, so we put this in the maybe later basket, and carry on through rain forest on a road which is getting narrower and more convoluted, with almost all of it double yellow lined. In the ...
... were very good and food was even better. Their kale salad, with fruit and miso dressing and Dry Mein (with Iwamoto Natto Saimin noodles) were stand outs.
For anybody thinking of a trip to Hawaii, I would check these guys out!
In addition to our honeymoon, we also celebrated Kathy's birthday. She got a watch that is made in Detroit and a massage from the spa on our last day on Maui.
... with thick materials so sugarcane blades won't slice through the flesh), mitts, Asian style farmer's hat, working very long hours in hot humid Hawaiian sugarcane field, in addition, had dusts to deal with.
After the museum, time to head to our vacation rental in Upcountry and stock up groceries. Pukalani Superette, here we come! We love the hot food there :-)