Bamboo Valley Inn
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... us off Apple vacations. They asked us to prove it by showing a yellow slip of paper we had gotten when we arrived. A yellow piece of paper that I distinctly remember throwing out because it had info on a breakfast orientation that was a waste of time for a girl with a pre-planned itinerary. Somehow, they decided to let both Manguns on the shuttle, despite not having "the golden ticket." Upon arrival at the airport, Kevin's worst ...
... the best burger in paradise and waited for my ferry ride.
I noticed last year that food prices in Hawai'i had skyrocketed, so this time to save money, I did a big shop at the Dollar Store in Dallas before I left and brought two bags of food with me. What cost me $25 in Dallas would have cost me 4x as much in Hawai'i. With the heat in the tropics, you generally eat less, so I was content to just eat the healthy food and snacks I brought from ...
... by the end of the lesson ... But both grinning from ear to ear. We returned to our airbnb room in kihei and cooked a spag Bol and had a siesta. After waking up we drove a few miles down the coast to check out one of Maui's most famous beaches- Big beach. I played in the surf while trying not to get dragged under by the current and watched the Hawaiian sunset. We finished the day with a BBQ, before resting our tired bones and dreaming of the perfect ...
... the front, so the wave pushed their heads down and brought their feet up, and put each of the kids through the spin cycle on their first attempt. Needless to say, the kids spent the rest of the morning building sand castles. Or in Alex's case, digging the deepest pit that he possibly could (see picture with face covered in sand.)
Once the wind got to be too much for our poor tent, we packed up and hit up the Shops at Wailea ...
... kids ate more of my lunch than I did. Best of all, both mine and Kristi's came with their Potato/macaroni salad which recipe we were trying to decode as best we could. We had tons of leftovers that we were able to pack up for dinner which meant that while we wouldn't get to go out and eat for our last dinner in Maui, we woudn't have to go out and eat for our last dinner in Maui.
After lunch we swung by Costco to grab Kristi another pair ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking