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Luxury Travel- Maui

“If I just lay here, would you lie with me?”.Chasing Cars

I wandered upon this beautiful Hammock as I stayed at the Fairmont Kea Lani. If you have ever stayed in a Fairmont hotel it is a must for the luxury traveler.
The Fairmont Kea Lani Hotel is perfectly located on the sea-side for both business and leisure guests in Maui Hawaii. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers.
Inside this hotel is, Nicks Fish Market. It is a must for the local mahi-mahi (fish) and local catch.
For some excitement add some flaming strawberries!

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Luau

The origins of the luau go back to ancient Hawaiian tradition and has become a tourist attraction for the tourists that wish to get a glimpse of traditional culture. As the years went by the luau tradition became a timeless part of the Hawaiian experience. It is an event everyone looks forward to. Aside from dance the luau has a traditional feast. In this photo the crowd gathers around sunset to take a look at the main feature dish, Kālua pig (roasted pig).

Kālua is a traditional Hawaiian cooking method that uses an imu, a type of underground oven. The word kālua, which literally means “to cook in an underground oven”, may also be used to describe the food cooked in this way. In this photo the pig is wrapped in banana leaves to retain moisture as it is cooked for 24 hours for the luau feast.

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Wailula Falls

“Don’t go chasing waterfalls”.TLC

I originally avoided this photo until I took a second look.  These beautiful falls are approximately 140 feet (43m) tall and plunge into shallow waters (30ft/9m). They are located on the island of Maui on the Road to Hana, more specifically Mile Marker 45. It was a long day on the trails, we where exhausted so I only took a couple shots of these falls. There is a bridge we stopped just beyond, I got out with my tripod low and managed to get this beautiful shot.

There is a short path on the right side leading you to the falls. Be aware of slipper rocks.

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Red Sand Beach, Hawaii

“Clap your hands y’all it’s alright”.DUKE DUMONT

This beautiful, yet hidden, beach is located on the Road to Hana.  Parking can be tough but in my opinion it is worth it.  Paths are slightly narrow but are relatively easy to conqueror. The rocks form a nice break from the waves and offers a unique photo opportunity with a contrast of turquoise waters with the red sands. Trails coming up to the beach are not marked.

Once you’re on the beach do not be alarmed of naked people running around as this is also a nude beach.

Travelling in February is means its humpback whale mating seasons. Take this opportunity to view these magnificent creatures. That come to start new lives.
Extra tip: Hiking in the train may result in landslides for this location. Please plan accordingly.

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Where the Road Goes

I couldn’t help but think of the song by Only Time by Eyna. This photo has me wander lusting.

It is taken on the west shores of Maui. I spend a whole day on this twisty road. Some parts in a bamboo rain forest, black sand beaches, red sand beaches, mountains, valleys and waterfalls.  Welcome to the jungle!

“And who can say where the road goes?
Where the day flows?”.EYNA