A quick walk In a Kihei park had this stunning view. The salty air of the warm pacific gently hitting the sand with a pleasant sound that you could watch left to right and back was soothing to the soul. It was like a postcard you could hear, smell and see from different angles.
Looking up at Haleakala in the morning this amazing Sunrise started to appear. It resembled a lava effect like one you might see in the crater on Hawaii island. We don't have an active volcano on Maui, but we do have amazing scenery that mimics it!
A bright yellow rectangle is visible from various areas of central and upcountry Maui. It's a big field of sunflowers which are used to make cooking oil, cosmetic oils and biodiesel. For most of us it's a beautiful splash of yellow against the green Maui landscape.
A random morning snorkel at Charlie Young Beach became amazing. After seeing a few fish we spotted 2 turtles swimming around playing with each other. Next we saw two more turtles. On the way in a purple puffer fish was hovering by the reef. Maui ocean magic!
Always great to walk on one of Maui's many beaches. This time it Kamaole Point in Kihei was the choice. As we walked in the lava rock looking at tide pools we saw some spectacular splashes from incoming waves.
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.