Hana Paradise Cottages
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Excellent location. Wide range of amenities. Perfect home.
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... musubi which is their signature dish. The friedness took over the flavor and it could have been anything in the middle and I wouldn't have known the difference. We headed back to digest our food and wait until we could eat our coconut cream pie. The pie was delicious.
Garmin VivoFit mileage came out to be 6 miles, which is obviously wrong since we hiked 7 miles but the trekking poles messed it up and basically only tracked half the ...
... Wai'anapanapa State Park for an hour then trace our way back. The black, coarse lava rock with frothy white crashing waves against gorgeous blue-green ocean swells filled our senses with colour, wave sounds and salt smells. The afternoon drive to Haiku was uneventful, feeling much easier and faster than it did a few days ago.
Thoughts of returning home are popping into my head as we only have three days left in Maui. We ...
Left the parking just after sunrise, downhill takes some attention, and we really wanted to head further on to Iao valley.It was described as a beautiful valley with trails, lush greeneries, botanical gardens,freshwater rivers etc. We arrived early, paid for parking but did not met anyone to pay for entrance. Packed bags for hiking and started our way. Found 2 short routes, manageble in 15min, botanical garden should be nice during other season. Nice place, but ...
... the stove. (Cynthia here: Nancy Jane considers that exhaust fan Job Security - the cleaning ladies come twice and week and twice a week they clean that blasted exhaust fan. I'll be it was designed by a man - certainly was not designed by someone who thought for one single second about keeping it clean. Whew. I needed to get this off my chest.
Cynthia has a sunken bath in her bedroom and if you walk by and she's in it, it is your problem. Cynthia here: it took a bit ...
... to stop off at Huelo to see the Huelo waterfall. Bad idea. There were signs posted everywhere for residents only. We drove down the Narrow roads, but just had a creepy feeling about not being welcome (lots of signs saying Kapu -- keep out), so we turned around left. Never found the waterfall. Got a good picture of the church, then got back on the highway to Hana. At about mile marker 16.5, we turned down to Ke'anae point. This is one of our favorite spots on the planet. ...