Vacationing in Maui was very different from my stay in The Big Island. For my stay in Â Maui I decided to make Wailea (south Maui) my home for the week. Wailea this time of year (March) wasn’t too crowded but definitely had more people than the Big Island.
Among the different beaches we visited I would have to say Paia was my favorite. Afternoons in Paia were filled with surfers riding the big waves and basking in the sun that glistened across your face. Evenings were spent waiting on its gorgeous sunset to arrive.
Despite it being a rainy time in Maui, I insisted on seeing the Road To Hana. Since locals warned us about the muddy path entering the scenic road to trip we decided to start through the back way into Road To Hana. Although we only lasted 45 minutes driving in, the amazing views were worth it.
I wanted to spend my last day in Maui as a full on tourist. Following a delicious lunch at Ferraro’s at the Four Seasons, I purchased tickets to a near by lu’au. The interesting story line gave a small insight to their history and culture. The hula girls danced the night away. My favorite was the man throwing the fire high up into the air then catching it every time over and over again. Maui is a gorgeous tropical place that I will be visiting once again at the end of this month and blogging to share more with you:)