Wailea Beach Villas
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and you can tell they love it. Her husband is so very proud of her, and she is a lovely and humble woman.
It didn't take us too long to find her gallery, but it was in kind of a maze of buildings. We wandered around it for a bit, admiring her work, and killing time. We still had several hours to waste before our flight. I noticed that they had some drums, similar to ones we had seen used at the Luau, but smaller. I pointed them out to Joel, and ...
... those rocks numerous times because I could not belly flop like they recommended. I would much rather cut my foot than my stomach!
Following the surfing we hung out on the beach, I went exploring and found a local taco bus which was delicious, and cheap. We hit a craft area/local flea market type deal, grabbed some shaved ice and bought Melissa a few souvenirs and a coconut. I was really hoping the coconut ...
... was back on the shuttle, back to our hotels, and time for a nap! Upon waking up from the nap, we headed down to Front St in Lahaina. We ate at the Lahaina Grill and dined on some amazingly fresh seafood! After dinner, we walked all over Front St and perused the shops. Another day has come to an end. It was a great day here in paradise. And we still have a week to go before heading home! ...
... we decide to go back there pack a lunch, there are many great picnic locations along the way.
After lunch we made our way to Red sand beach another must see in Hana, we started our walk down to beach but decided not to go to the bottom it was a very small beach and the sand really isn't red...I chuckle because the guide book said it was stunning!
Now it was time to make our way back to Paia and Mama's Fish house. The drive back was much faster ...
... and family friendly there. Good safe swimming. I get half soaked paddling with Mark, and we all eventually watch the sun go down. Then I spot a black hump out to sea, and for another half hour we watch two? whales pop their humps above the surface, a tail emerges once and a couple of blowspouts go off. It's amazing to watch, in the pinky light of dusk, on the first day of 2014. :)) We head back ...