First stop on this winding road is the infamous "Jaws" where wave in the winter get up to 20ft tall. A surfer's dream.
Our ballin' SUV
Second stop was a nature conservatory. There were cool plants, and flowers. And this super cool peacock who just happened to have his plume out.
A bunch of my pictures were views from the car as we drove. The roads were tiny, sometimes one lane. I was glad I didn't have to drive, but instead got to take in the sights!
Third stop were the black sand beaches. I have to admit that these were really neat.
Lunch in Hana at a Thai place. It hit the spot after a LONG morning driving and sightseeing. It was literally a tent with picnic tables. But the food was SO YUMMY!
Our last stop was at a national park where waterfalls/pools were everywhere. We hiked up a trail to see what we could see.
This bamboo forest was what I wanted to see since I started reading about the sights in Maui. It didn't disappoint.
Mom and Dad found a shady spot to sit. Mom couldn't do the hike b/c she sprained her foot earlier in the week at Halakala Crater. Sad for her. But this doesn't look like too bad of a spot to spend a few hours. :)
the road out of Hana. So narrow!
Leaving Hawaii and the folks was bittersweet. We sure had a great time though! Til' next time.