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>> MORN­ING

Any day, if it’s go­ing to be a good one, must start with break­fast. I find macadamia nut pancakes best en­joyed pool­side at The Gazebo

Restau­rant in Lahaina. While in the area, I’ll take my binoc­u­lars and visit Pa­pawai

Point (page 44), my fa­vorite look­out to spot whales dur­ing their migration sea­son.

>> AF­TER­NOON

In a per­fect world, I would live on a boat. But be­cause I don’t, the Pride of Maui is a happy al­ter­na­tive. Af­ter hav­ing snorkeled my heart out, I’ll take my beach chair and towel to take a long nap on the soft sands of Keawakapu Beach on Maui’s south shore then head out just be­fore the sun is posed to set.

>> EVENING

Noth­ing makes a din­ner more ro­man­tic than a sun­set.

Mama’s Fish House, a beauit­ful beach­front restau­rant, is the per­fect end­ing to any day where the stuffed mahimahi or seared ono are must-tries. A quick stroll un­der the stars through the pic­ture-per­fect town of Paia and I’m one happy camper.

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