View from our balcony at the Royal Lahaina Resort.
Looking toward our hotel, the Royal Lahaina, on northern Ka'anapali Beach (a.k.a. Kahekili Beach).
It's Sandy and I.
This house in Wailuku was the home of a missionary named Edward Bailey in 1833.
The Iao Needle. In traditional Hawaiian it is called Kuka'Emoku, which means
something like "Penis of the Ocean God".
With giant cliffs and jungle everywhere, the Iao Valley is incredibly beautiful.
Sandy shopping in Lahaina.
The sun sets in Lahaina while Sandy shops.
View from Lahaina, of the sun setting behind the island of Moloka'i.
The road to Hana is beautiful and driving it is a real Maui adventure.
The Hana Highway is definitely on the wet side of the island.
Northern coast of Maui as seen from the Hana Highway.
Bananas near the Hana Highway.
Rainbow Eucalyptus trees along the Hana Highway.
Taro plants are a traditional food source and are used to make poi.
We drove down a one lane road off of the Hana Highway to visit Nahiku.
A pool near the ocean at Nahiku.
View of ocean from the pool at Nahiku.
Ocean at Nahiku.
Another sunset - this time as seen from our hotel.
Looking down into the center of Maui from the slopes of the volcano Haleakala.
Looking into the crater of Haleakala.
Sunset from the top of Haleakala.