September 23, 2013

maui

Beautiful Waimea Bay on Oahu's North Shore

Natalie and I are heading off to Maui in a few weeks, taking our men of course, and we can’t wait to escape this already depressing grey weather in Portland. If you’ve had the chance to read some of our city guides, you know that we both like having the sites planned and restaurants lined up.

So, without further adieu…

TO EAT:

TO SEE:

  • Catch a romantic Maui sunrise at Mt. Haleakala
  • Hit up Wailea Beach for some reading and snorkeling
  • Take a drive along Road to Hana

TO WEAR:

I’d love to know what you recommend when traveling to the island of Maui, please share your experiences in the comments section.

  • MrsWallner1432

    Maui is a fantastic place to relax! If you are looking for a laid back day at the beach accompanied by a picnic, stop by 808 deli first for fresh & delicious sandwiches!!! http://www.808deli.com

  • Auntie Gail

    Bring warm clothes (dress in layers) for Haleakala. Very cold in a.m. but will warm up nicely for any hiking.

  • Daniela Munich

    Watch the surfers at Ho’okipa Beach Park – Hana Highway. Take a breakfast picnic basket to Haleakala sumit.

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