|No shortage of beaches. Drive anywhere and they easily pop out. This is Wailea Beach|
|Deb and Jeanette were first into the water.|
|Volcanic activity is evident everywhere on this island. To swim in and around these rocks requires some diligence.|
|Bob and I found a shaded spot to enjoy the pounding surf.|
|Snorkelers could be seen checking out the tropical sea life|
Some of the wildlife we saw at Polo Beach. Roosters and hens seem to run free range everywhere on this lovely island. The rooster (below) hung around Bob and I. He was on the hunt for a free meal. We treated him and some hens to some bread chunks.
|He crowed and crowed and crowed.|
|Two heads bobbing - Jeanette and me|
|Checking out Big Beach|
|Jeanette is walking the long stretch along the pounding surf on Big Beach.|
|A continuous stream of huge breakers crashing the shoreline makes for some impressive surf sounds.|
|We spent a bit of time checking out the area before heading out.|
|Another nice beach area.|
|Group shot at Maluaka Beach|
After hang out at this beach for about a half hour or so, we headed out.
This is the beautiful Keawala'i Church near Makena Landing, at the far reaches of Wailea. We walked around the grounds and caught up on the history of the place.
|Built in 1832|
|The stone walls are two feet thick. This church can clearly weather some fierce storms.|
|The 2nd of the two pools our condo unit offers.|
Thanks for dropping in.