Getting back to my posts about our recent vacation to Maui, after enjoying ourselves at the beach in Wailea, we returned to the condo. Our friend suggesting go to the small whaling village of Lahaina which was only about thirty minutes away by car. It seemed like a good plan, so off we went.
A local checkin' out us tourists! 地元のオッサンが観光客の私たちをどう思うのかね？
There was a story to this shipwreck but I didn't bother writing down the details so you will just have to enjoy the picture.
This tree is located on land that was known as the "King's Taro Patch", the royal taro patch of King Kamehameha.
Pioneer Inn / パイオニア・イン
When in Lahaina, you must not miss out on the town's most famous symbol - the Banyan Tree in Courthouse Square. The tree is huge! Beautiful and strange. The tree is over 60 feet high, has twelve major trunks and covers an area of about 200 feet.