Lahaina'S Last Resort
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Wir sagen Bye Kauai und begrüssen unser nächstes Ziel Maui. Hier ist doch schon bedeutend mehr los. Wir wohnen in Lahaina an der Westküste der Insel. Doch unsere Unterkunft namens «The Last Resort», was soviel wie «der letzte Ausweg» bedeutet, ist wirklich der allerletzte Ausweg - hätten wir doch etwas mehr Geld ausgegeben. Das Zimmer ist halb Kü …
... sunset-watching beach in our area. We took our shoes off and walked the beach for awhile, a little taken aback by how cool the water was. Then we found the Cliff Dive tiki bar outside the Sheraton and watched the sun drop behind Lanai and then the cliff diver do his thing off of Black Rock. It wasn't the high cliff dive like you see in the movies but the scenery was very nice and he didn't belly-flop, so that was ...
... in a lot of money to turn the plantation into quite a tourist destination. In particular, they brought in huge pieces of equipment from the sugarcane industry to use as decoration. It's a lovely place to visit. The Luau show started at 6:05pm. Donna ordered the Hawaiian veggie burger with teriyaki sauce. David says he will get it next time, he wasn't too happy with his veggie mushroom burger. We enjoyed a great view of the luau show from our table at ...
... Keller asked of our resort bartender, since they weren't listed on the menu.
"Does a bear **** in the woods?!"
And with a few smiles, our paradise vacation was officially underway.
Our first full day in Maui was spent transitioning into island life- slowing down and completely relaxing. It took all of 30 seconds. Because we hadn't fully gotten used to the slight time change, we were up ...
When cashing in miles to fly six people in the first-class cabin from Newark to Maui, you don't have the option to fly direct. So, we had to drop down in Phoenix to change planes. In total, we spent about 18 hours traveling - a long day for even the most durable traveler. The kids held up well - certainly helped by the fact that we were sitting in first class. But, we were all happy to land in Maui to beautiful vistas and ...