Hamoa Bay Bungalow
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... that require dinner dress, the only rule in other dinner areas (but not always lunch areas) is that you don't dine in your swimwear. That's a good thing, because regardless of one's preferances, it would be altogether too distracting to be able to enjoy one's meal. Too many body shapes, both good and bad, to allow you to enjoy the gastromony. So all dressed up, hair done, full make-up and we were off to dine at Jefferson's Bistro, ...
... for an hour and a quarter. A true entertainer. If ever you visit Maui, if you only see one show, make it this one, & book online beforehand. Friday A.M. was the road to Hana. It was a journey of about 100 miles, the last 40 of which were on the Hana Highway. There are no straight bits anywhere along this road. It twists and turns, goes up and down, clinging to the coast. In places you can go as fast as 30mph. It was a real good drive and ...
... us giving a panoramic view of untouched rainforest, the ocean in the distance and an ironwood wraparound deck.
The cacophony of the local bird choir starts about 5 am and doesn’t stop unless rain interrupts or darkness descends. A lightning storm in the wee hours was a cosmic cirque du soleil, and the deluge of rain afterward and a full-arch rainbow as the encore. Wow. ...
... videos too. Have you figured out yet that I have a "Thing" for waves crashing over rocks? Watching them, a few surfers, and the waves crashing was so relaxing. I have caught the Maui Fever. Too quickly we had to leave the beach to go to Mama's Fishhouse for an early dinner. I certainly do not mind going there again. Remember how I thought this was such a special restaurant. Once again, neither Cynthia or I ...
... and enjoy the lush scenery or the wild waves breaking over volcanic rocks. The road is sparsely populated. There are no convenience stores or gas stations. Occasionally there will be a local fruit stand or banana bread shop. But don't rely on them being open.
We began our trip around 10:30 Wednesday morning. We arrived in Hana a little before 5:00.
There were numerous stops we made and the average speed you can safely drive is around 20 mph.