Hana Paradise Cottages
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Excellent location. Wide range of amenities. Perfect home.
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... had taken some heavy damage from that vodka bottle. He also left me a gift at my door. (see photo)
Once the kids woke up, we hit the pool. They had a huge pool and it was clean-ish and was perfectly suitable for cooling us off and having fun. We then dryed off, packed up everything for the flight and went for supper.
To pay homage to the best restaurant we had found in Kihei we went to Coconuts again. Such great food. ...
Today we went up the slopes of Haleakala (4000 ft up) to Ali'i Kula Lavender Farm located in Upcountry Maui. We explored the farm, and it included much more than lavender. We saw tangerine, lime, and lemon trees, hydrangea, silverswords, and many other fascinating plants that we native and non-native to Hawaii. This 1.5 acre farm is home to approximately 55,000 lavender plants, and includes 45 varieties ...
... as it cooled after being blown from the volcano.
Some of the lava has turned into fine, sand-like consistency. It reminds me of graphite. Other pieces are both large and small with all shapes and forms. It creates an awesome natural display.
We see small plants dotting the trail. The type of plant growing along the trail changes every so often. There is only one type of plant at any time on a certain sections of the trail. That seems very strange to me. ...
... of some small waterfall and stream action. I've added 2 videos of my own here - one of a random spot we found along the hike and then the 400-foot Waimuku falls themselves. Ron and I tried to hike a few times in/around Waco to kind of get ready for this....lmao those were strolls in the park compared to today for sure! At any rate, we saw some pretty cool things so of course here's a few of them - enjoy!
... shelved. Hanagewa’s had almost everything we needed, however.
This is a ranching and farming community and pickup trucks are the primary vehicles. When Cheryl asked if there was a book store, she was told there was one, in Lahaina, about a three-hour drive away. We even saw an ad posted at the grocery stores for an "Experienced Wrangler."
Across the street was the Hana Ranch “complex”, which also contained a ...