The Guest Houses at Malanai in Hana
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... place! I lost count of how many times I woke myself up with a gentle snore emanating, despite my best efforts not to.....total bliss. I left walking on a cloud. Back to the cabin, with some time pressures that we weren't responding too well to, because we seem to have lost the skill, saw us preparing for the ships "Formal Night". There's generally no requirement on this cruise for dressing up, other than two of the ...
The whole experience of last night was great. We met Annabelle, the ghost, who played the piano for us. And we eventually were led into an intimate theatre. We sat in the back row, which was just 5 from the front. We were very lucky to get in as the show is typically fully booked at least two weeks ahead. Warren Gibson was our entertainer for the night and he had all of us, both laughing out loud at his humour and wit and constantly amazed with ...
... most of the way, the road dares you with over 617 u-turns, 51 one-lane bridges, and although no one flaunts this stat, there are almost no straight-aways in between. The 48 mi drive can take between 2-5 hours one way. We manage 9 miles in 40 minutes with no traffic.
The migration of return trip day tourists means traffic. A young local guy with smiley eyes tells us there are ...
... moved on.
Driving the same road/street there is a red sand beach (a bit other as mentioned in guides), easy to reach and great! All the colors make this beach to remember - from light brown till dark red shades mixing with blue water color makes it unforgettable.
So at 12-00 we departed back home, with some "vista"points on our way, it was great as most traffic was on Hana direction!
Paia is another great small town o n north coast, reminded me a ...
For my last day on Maui, I was somewhat sad. It's been a great trip. On the way to the airport we stopped at Ho'opika Beach hoping to see some wind surfers but there wasn't enough wind. Cynthia suggested we walk down to the eastern end of the beach. Not only was the surf awesome, but the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles were coming on shore. These suckers are huge. We counted 17 on the beach before we left. Hope you ...