Welcome to Maui: Days Six and Seven

18 April 2015

Waking up at 6:30 am was late for me, but it felt nice to sleep in a little.  After getting ready, I made banana macadamia nut pancakes for everyone for breakfast and they were delicious.  We went down to the beach again to spend the morning.

After lunch, we drove to the airport to sign Michelle on the rental car so that we could go on some sister adventures.  We then drove to Paia to watch some surfing and wind surfing.  The waves were pretty big and it was really neat watching the surfers.

The waves in Paia

The waves in Paia

Some windsurfers in Paia

Some windsurfers in Paia

After watching the surfers for a while, we went to a little pizza place called Flatbread for lunch.  Michelle and I split a flatbread pizza.  She had “Jay’s Heart” on her half and I had “Herb and Cheese” on mine.  They were basically the same, but mine didn’t have any sauce.  It was a garlic-y flatbread with/without tomato sauce and it was delicious.  The atmosphere of Flatbread was really unique and if we ever venture to Maui again, I’ll definitely be going there for more!

When we got back, Michelle and I went for a long walk with Aunt Raye then relaxed a little on the balcony before bed.  It was nice to have some relaxed days where we didn’t do much.

19 April 2015

Michelle and I had breakfast then went down to the beach.  We decided to have another relaxing day at the beach—sun tanning and swimming.  I bought us ice coffee from this really cool little place across the street from our hotel.  We stayed on the beach all morning and into the afternoon.

 

Sun tanning on the beach

Sun tanning on the beach

Sitting on the lawn chairs to watch the sunset at night was truly amazing.

Sitting on the lawn chairs to watch the sunset at night was truly amazing.

When the trade winds picked up, we went in for lunch.  After lunch we did some shopping at Honolua (the best store in Maui) and bought some nice tank tops (for Mum, Dad, and ourselves).

We walked quite a bit in the afternoon, had dinner, played bananagrams with our aunt, and watched the sunset from the lawn chairs.  It was a great day! Until next time, Aloha!

An intense game of bananagrams!

An intense game of bananagrams!

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2 Responses to Welcome to Maui: Days Six and Seven

  1. mickimouse18 says:

    when can we go back!? also, loving re-reading about everything we did. makes it seem real again. 🙂

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