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June 26, 2008
January 11, 2003
First stop was continental breakfast (fresh fruits, fresh baked bagels, kona coffee, and juices). My favorite was taro bagels - delicious. And then off we go to the "Road to Hana". The travel was only 52 miles but in a very narrow road with 617 curves and 54 one-lane bridges. We viewed glistening waterfalls, exotic tropical flora, and drove through rain forest and beautiful lava seacliffs. Walked on a black sand beach and swam in waterfalls.
We had lots of opportunities to take pictures. Aunty Patty stopped at a small hut for the best banana bread on the island - just came out of the oven (another one of my favorite). Aunty Patty talked about the history sugar cane plantation, coffee farms, the land, winery, and Hana's history. We were so fascinated by her stories and memories. We had a scrumptous lunch at a tropical flower plantation - bbq chicken, green salad, macaroni salad, fresh buns, and juices.
And off we go again, we stopped at Tedeschi Winery for some wine tasting, my favorite, Maui Blush. This is one memorable tour and we were glad that we took the tour rather than drove it ourselves, it was more enjoyable having someone chauffer you all day. Don't miss it when you go to Maui and ask for Aunty Patty - tell her the Church family sent you!!!!
From journal The Valley Isle Week