Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea
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... did not do fruit, vegetables and fresh meat. Things are a bit more expensive out here than on the mainland.
We had quite an early night, I think we were both tired as we had been up since 4:00am and were now on Pacific Time which is 3 hours ahead of LA.
The early night was a benefit as we were both wide awake for 6:00am. After using our separate bathrooms I made a light breakfast which we had ...
Maui has been all we imagined a Hawaiian Island to be. We have a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean framed by palms from our deck, occasionally sighting humpback whales breaching or spouting. The bay is their breeding ground.We swam at one of the many beaches daily, once encountering a turtle enjoying the water too. A circuit of the island revealed an incredible variety of lush vegetation.Our house is at the foot of the currently dormant ...
... makes me anxious to see this country for myself.
Here are some of my favorite facts:
*Japan has the world’s third largest economy behind the US and China.
*There are 127 million people living in the country.
*Tokyo itself has more inhabitants in its metropolitan area than there are in the entire nations of Portugal or Greece.
*The greater Tokyo area is the largest metropolitan area in ...
... We love how everything is tropical flavors!
We went to a beach just down the road from the fruit stand. The girls changed into their swim suits and we were ready for some beach time! We ate our fruit, banana bread (I love a place where a local favorite is banana bread!!), and drank our smoothies. Then Stephanie went for a swim in the ocean. Tracy decided not to swim since we didn't have a lot of time so she just enjoyed eating mangos. ...
The sun finally arrived and we were ready! We did a half day snorkelling excursion in the morning which turned into the best whale watching we've ever done. The water was choppy, so the snorkelling sites weren't very accessible, but we really didn't mind at all as we spent the morning watching humpback whales play in the channel. It's apparently mating season and the channel at the end of January has the largest population of humpbacks in the world. Who knew? We saw ...