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... trails with no rush. As the further most stop in Road to Hana, I highly recommend this stop to be included in the list!
Next stop Hamoa bay/beach - I would say one of the best in Maui if not the best fro swimming. White sand beach, no Waves, no rocks in makes swimming tuff...so just enjoy! This beach would be the only thing I would think of staying overnight in Hana region. Otherwise, prices are rocketing :( we stopped, had a great swim, a bit of sun, ...
Sunday, the 25th.
Originally, I had planned on a trip to the "otherside" as Cynthia calls it. That would be the Lahainia area or West Maui. After reading the guidebooks, and searching the web. I decided that it was mostly a tourist trap with only a few interesting things to see. The beaches would be nice,but I wasn't going to spend time on them. Certainly not worth the gas or time (hour and a half each way). Besides, it was raining this morning again. ...
... heading UP the volcano was an inspiration to human endurance.
5. When driving up 10,000 feet, you pass through several different topographies, including lush farmlands, thick forests, and barren dustlands littered with lava rock, dust and distinctive silversword shrubs.
6. Even the national parks will close when the National Hurricane Center issues a tropical storm warning.
... rainforest environment.
Once you pass through Hana itself the terrain of the road changes dramatically there are sections that if you drive on them will invalidate your car rental agreement. If the Mercedes E350 I was driving had been my own I would have had second thought about proceeding..
We managed to progress unscathed driving along gravel and dirt single track road along cliff faces. It was sometimes very difficult when vehicles came the other ...
... seen so many whales blowing, fin slapping, and breaching before! It was amazing to go out on a whale watching raft and see them up close. We also were able to see them on our dive boat that crossed over to Lanai. Although we never saw any diving (darn), we did hear them singing the whole time! Our next big thing that happened was Derek informed us that he would be proposing to Amanda on the trip! We went into full on plan mode. ...