Maui: Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Our last full day on Maui was spent lazily sleeping in, a long walk on Ka’anapali Beach, then laying about by the hotel pool. Terry occasionally dunked himself in the ocean and I read my book. I mixed up a bottle of Tropical Storms which we enjoyed poolside with Maui Onion chips. We had a light lunch of some delicious pork sliders (undoubtedly leftover roast pig from the previous night’s luau at the hotel) and chatted with a man who owns an upscale poker table manufacturing company.

After pretty much just lazing around, we decided to go into Lahaina Town for dinner and chose the Mai Tai Lounge on the concierge’s recommendation. I don’t want to go into details but the experience was not at all worth recommending – the atmosphere wasn’t great, the food was just OK and the prices were outrageous. Oh well, you win some, you lose some. One thing we could definitely thank the concierge for was showing us the free parking area which we didn’t know even existed.

On the way back to the car, we spent some time browsing art galleries and saw some pretty interesting works. One of them was filled with art (both originals and reproductions) from rock legends such as John Lennon, Mick Fleetwood, Ron Wood, Jimi Hendrix, Steven Tyler and many, many more. It was fascinating and reminded us that although these musicians were surely artists, we sometimes forget they often use other outlets for their creativity as well.

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