Spyglass Maui Rentals
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... It's so beautiful and tropical. The weather is warm but a nice cool breeze. It's so serene and Andrew took some photos off our balcony. People are on their decks having coffee and having their breakfast. I saw a runner doing his morning exercise on the deck down below, makes me feel guilty. Best have a shower and get ready for a great day. Brekky was French toast with maple syrup, hash brown which turned out to be an Asian potato something, scrambled eggs and bacon on ...
... quiet Friday.
Patti and I went for a nice long walk along the beach path it was a rainy walk but nice to spend the morning hanging out. We decided to head South towards the airport early in hopes of finding some sunshine. We made a stop at the big Banyon tree in Lahaina so the Cage's could have a photo opportunity there.
We made a stop at a lookout the whales weren't jumping today they don't like ...
... into the hills above Kahului) to find Uke shop 2: Mele Ukulele. We wander about Wailuku first - frontier town feel. And have Thai iced coffee and pecan slice in Wailuku coffee co. Then find Mele ukulele, where Austin shows us their own brand of solid koa ukes. We really like two of them, but despite Austin offering to throw in a free case, we decide to wait til we check out all the Uke shops. We drive down to Da kitchen - ...
Flew in after a very long day. Arrived at Blue Tile Beach House, met James and Penelope by walking through kitchen entrance. He was Mr. Zen. Stayed our first night in the downstairs oceanfront room. Could hear ocean from the room. Had dinner in Paia at Cafe Des Amis and loved it. Fantastic, fresh margaritas and Greek Salad-best ever. Geoff had a curry. We loved this ...
... restaurant, owned my Mick Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac) had a rooftop terrace and performs a sunset ceremony every evening so thought it would be fun. We got a taxi in to town and went straight to the restaurant. The views were pretty spectacular, the ceremony was fun, with a Maui local telling stories of the history of Maui and then a Scottish piper to end the ceremony (to indicated Micks Scottish connection). We enjoyed the live band for a while (soul kitchen) then went to ...