We arrived at Maui at noon. It is not as hot as we thought. When we went to Oahu 4 years ago, the first impression once we got off the plane was it is very humid. Not here in Maui.
After an hour, we checked in Marriott hotel in Wailea. The resort district in Wailea is heavenly beautiful. The palm trees, the golf course, the ocean view. Everything make you feel as a different world. After some effective arguments, we got a room with gorgeous view. Totally ocean-front, we could see Molokini from the balcony. Since then, “Gorgeous” became our most-used word everyday.
After checking out some beaches, such as the Big Beach, we had a dinner at Nick’s Fishmarket in Kea Lani Resort. First time, we understood how pricey that Maui could be. The soup was OK, the noodle tasted really good, the service was wonderful, (just like the guide book says, they don’t check you every five minutes, but instead keep a watchful eye on you so they know when you need them), but price was at least 25% higher than the mainland place with the same quality of food. I guess I have to count in the view.