Kula Sandalwoods Inn & Cafe
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What do you do in Maui when it's stormy that is the theme for today. The winds are blowing strong today they are predicting 50 mph which is rather windy for sure! So likely a good day for shopping are my thoughts but we will see how that goes.
A good stormy day, yes it rains in Maui! I guess that is how it stays so beautiful and green. It took us all a long time to get ready today, Patti, Doug and I went for a nice walk while Bryan went to the ...
... cards against humanity' card game, keg stands, fireworks, bells countdown on big screen tv, bubbles, and good times. We could see fireworks going off all over the island. Mark unfortunately got a whack in the face by someone doing a keg stand and now has a bruised nose! Leianna kindly gave us a lift there and back so we were home at a reasonable hour after the bells - and not ******. ...
... avoiding the huge bike tours that spend hours descending the mountain and holding up traffic, we stopped for lunch in a cute Hawaiian village, one of the original ranch towns, now adapted as a little shopping area with art and restaurants, affording Ali a variety of locally grown vegetarian dishes.
We then went to the 'Iao Valley a few miles from our hostel. The views here were straight from the Maui tourist office, a steep ...
When we first arrived at the blow hole we heard someone talking about wanting to find a heart rock but didn't know what they were talking about. As we were leaving Greg noticed a rock with a hole in it - the hole shaped like a heart. It was neat and definitely worth a picture with Greg and I near the heart.
We drove to another hike - this one was 1.2 miles. The book said it should take 20 minutes but I don't think it takes into ...
... against local recommendations, but found that it was quite nice. I had a Paniolo drink and Rebecca had a Mai Tai, and Linnea had a 6 dollar lemonade. Charred Ahi Tuna and some coconut crusted shrimp. We shared an entree and Linnea ate a good portion of the vegetables with her keiki fish sticks. Guess who we sat down right next to? The indian family, who we spoke to for a while. She was chatty - a software engineer from Cupertino. Back home, and quick outdoor shower, then to ...
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