Driving on the coast of West Maui in Hawaii overlooking rural houses

West Maui: A Shore Thing

We went rogue this time around – aside from rental car companies who will probably say don’t do the drive at all, people like to advise going clockwise (from Kapalua to Wailuku) but we had to stop at FedEx that morning so we started at Wailuku and embarked on gaining some counter-clockwise perspective for the day. And approaching mile marker 15 early on in the drive proved to be worth it, especially when Kahakuloa came into site. Kahakaloa is a small remote village that is home to about 100 people, two churches, and several roadside stands including the Panini Pua Kea fruit stand and Ululani by the Bay, a pink cart with drinks and snacks.

I was able to capture a few photos on this drive – just enough to remind me how calming and relaxing the experience was when I look at them. Exactly the kind of story I want to tell.

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