Wailea Makena Condos
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... did not do fruit, vegetables and fresh meat. Things are a bit more expensive out here than on the mainland.
We had quite an early night, I think we were both tired as we had been up since 4:00am and were now on Pacific Time which is 3 hours ahead of LA.
The early night was a benefit as we were both wide awake for 6:00am. After using our separate bathrooms I made a light breakfast which we had ...
... was shy but happy. I couldn't help but be reminded of a set of "famous" photos of my Grandma and Grandpa Wiens that were taken when they were in Hawaii. Both my grandma and grandpa look a bit shy, but also quite happy to be standing with these dancers. I think my grandpa would be proud of both Macyn and Owen's delight We found ourselves back in Kihei around 10pm and all of us were pretty tired. It was a great day! ...
... of a high pedestal.
Unfortunately, Waikiki didn’t really fulfil on either the bar or restaurant count. Most of the restaurants were big American chain brands which provide about as much unique Hawaiian feel as a can of Coke. We wandered around one night looking for some interesting bars, but couldn’t find much that wasn’t buried in a 5-star hotel. So we stuck to our resort. Luckily, after the frantic Wedding and the busy SF trip, ...
... asked just made me wonder "Where were those people come from"? "They have not seen fresh produce?".
I guess I'm spoiled living in N. CA, where fresh produce abundant and year round. And I've a sister who is very good cook, and has taught me well (how to cook & how to appreciate good fresh produce), and yes, also thankful that our good friend Laura introduced us about the "white pineapple". There's a tray with ...
... all of this buried with sand. Two guys came out and talked about how the pig is prepared and how it's cooked (they put hot rocks in with the pigs - and no, it's not lava rocks, and that's what cooks the pig. They were very funny. I liked how they asked who were first times and then gave us the Hawaiian word for a first timer. Then asked who were there for a second time and gave us a Hawaiian word for something similar to veteran. Then asked who was ...