The memories of my childhood came flooding back as I read this post and saw these photos. Thought I’d share these which depict my beautiful, island home of long ago…
One of my favorite beaches on Maui is located on the Northeastern side of Maui in a remote tropical jungle. The sand is black, the surf is fierce, and lush green foliage covers the area.
My husband and I drove the Road to Hana in excitement of visiting this exotic black sand beach and were looking forward to exploring the surrounding area.
After a few hours in the car we arrived at Wai’anapanapa State Park and found ourselves in the middle of a tropical downpour. Of course, if you are traveling to Hawaii you should know the one rule about these islands: If it’s raining, wait a few minutes and it will probably stop. We took cover and waited out the storm, which ended only a few minutes after it began.
With our beach towels in hand, we quickly made our way down to the beach. The beach itself is…
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Thanks for the reblog Hugmamma! 🙂
Hugs for reminding me of my own special memories of growing up on Maui.
Hugmamma, I followed the link to the original site and left a comment. Those photos were outstanding! 🙂 —Susan
Weren’t they though. I’d forgotten how spectacular my birthplace was. Hugs for letting me know you agree, Susan.