Wailea Makena Condos
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... not nearly as many people leaving Maui as arriving... and I don't blame them! We had stops in LA and Calgary again, with no issues, though we did cut it close in Calgary - I probably shouldn't have stopped for that Jamba Juice...
Final thoughts -
Maui is beautiful - the landscapes are varied and the beaches and ocean are beautiful. I found it windy (it was unusually windy the first few days we were there), but the trade winds do ...
... think I will see anything as spectacular as this again. It compares with standing on the rim at the Grand Canyon last week.
Mount Haleakala is a massive shield volcano that forms more than 75% of the Hawaiian Island of Maui, it is a Shield_volcano. Haleakala is 1.1 million years old. The tallest peak of Haleakalā ("house of the sun"), at 10,023 feet (3,055 m), is ...
... 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 ...
... to see the sunset which you can't see from their restaurant and we were done by 6:30. So would what I might do if people really wanted to see it, go for appy's and a drink. There way more restaurants around the Kaanapali area actually every one we've been to so far that are better.
Back home by 8ish a quiet evening from there.
All and all a great day, glad I can say I've done the Road to Hana. I've included lots of pictures for you to enjoy.
... and almost had an encouter with an invisible cow. Invisible was everything on the road, because there are no street ligths and our car didn't have the best head lights itself ;-) As I heard often, is Maui meant to be the honeymooner island of Hawaii. To be honest, I haven't found those places myself. There are some nice beaches and good snorkeling spots, but I still wonder what is so great to do for honeymooners on Maui (except if you stay the whole time in your hotel resort).