Today's beach and swimming stop was Kalepolepo in Kihei. It features the Ko’ie’ie fishpond which dates back to 1400-1500 A.D.. It makes a great place for little ones to swim since the rock wall blocks any waves. Over on the rocks there were 4 Honu (sea turtle) resting in the sun. Another lucky moment on Maui!
Many visitors get disappointed when they wake up to rain on they're vacation. There are still magical things to see on Maui. Decided to take a break from errands in Kahului and go to peaceful Iao valley. It had been raining all day, so it was a great time to watch the water flowing in the Wailuku river. Looking at one of the mountains there was a thin waterfall and down in the river a large red rock amongst the gray ones. What a great rainy day discovery.
Loved Maui since the first time here and now it's home. Been convincing people to experience the magic here for years. This place makes you feel so alive and in awe of the beauty. You can look at the same places everyday and see something new. Also you run into interesting people and share good stories and times unexpectedly. This is something that needs to be shared, so here we are! It won't document everything, but things where getting a photo or having the time to write it down is possible will be posted here. Aloha and Mahalo from Maui.