so we landed. we got the rental car. we hit the road. we ran to a hidden beach. yeah!
our check in was 3pm so we decided to make a quick road trip to the other side of the island. that seems like its far away on a map. but it was only 10 miles.
why did we do it? was it like adele trying to say hello from the other side. no.... it was sea creatures.
maui ocean center was very nice. an outdoor multi terraced exposition looking out onto the ocean.
there are more pictures of the maui ocean center in the maui pictures section of sacramento to maui. we grabed a quick flatbread bite of kahula pork and pineapple and hit the road to go to our accomidations at the haiku plantation inn out on the road to hana.
as we hit the road the road hit back. pow. thud thud thud went the right rear tire. so pulled over quick and looked for the replacement tire. not in the usual hiding spot but under the car.
we rented from thrifty car rental and apparently their road service was in deed thrifty. i could pay thrifty $78 to have someone change the flat or just do it my damn self. what customer service you offer thrifty car rental.not!
anyway we made it to haiku and the old plantation house tucked away under a canopy of trees we are staying at. time for a breather, some water, and maybe then chase some random chickens around the property. maui chickens have free range.
The Randalls. Neil who is married to Cheryl have been planning a Maui vacation for months. We are sharing a few things to do in Maui on this Maui Travel Blog