Nona Lani Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Today, the plan is to travel the road to Hana. This is a 58 mile trip to the south east side of the island. Hana is said to be a traditional old Hawaii town. The road is a one lane road that takes you up and down the mountain, past waterfalls, and coast line views. There are numerous local stands along the way that sell food and fruits. They recommend this as an all day trip. So, Sheila and I were on ...
We found couple of new gardens that we didn't know about before. First up was Maui Nui in Kahului. Their focus is growing plants that are native. We had a tour by Kaoni (John). We learned how Ti leaves are used for healing, Anapanapa is used as a soap, Noni as a general tonic, and more. Very unique. Then we went to The Sacred Garden. It was different as well. Very Zen. Lots ...
... drive home shaking my head saying 'Fifteen f**king quid for a piece of f**king fruit???!!!' I couldn't help pulling in to a Macdonalds and check something. I was right, for the same price you can feed a family of 3 as get an extra order of fries thrown in.
I'm ashamed to say I stuck to the supermarkets from then onwards, especially as they give you up to a third off your bill if you join their loyalty scheme. Its as topsy-turvey as the surfing.
... s Grill, which is located in the oldest building on the island that is several hundred years on. It has been really carefully conserved so it is a beautiful building. He didn't realise it was fine dining so that was amusing as we were both in thongs! We peaked at everyone else and there were many like us so it was all good. I tried the local fish Mahi-Mahi and it was delicious, similar to snapper but a more delicate flavour. The weather here is beautiful so each day has been ...
... we were really looking for- what we are always really looking for, was good bars and restaurants. I’d say about 50% of the enjoyment of a holiday, for us, comes down to the food. The last day in San Francisco resulted in an awesome meal at a restaurant called Frances in the Castro. A tiny place that is always booked out. Marie had a bowl of onion soup which she described as "the best thing I’ve ever tasted." So I suppose we were coming to Hawaii ...