Being isolated on a rocky bluff, the Kihei Surfside provided some interesting landscapes to check out. The resort is located adjacent to the Kihei Boat Ramp, so we saw several small boats, rafts, and kayaks launched from the ramp. The curved breakwater there made for a nice backdrop to some of the photographs my husband shot. Every day we'd see someone fishing from the rocks out in front of the condo or from the breakwater when we'd trek over there. There was so much to look at, with the island of Kaho'olawe to the left of the resort (and Molokini Crater in front of it), the island of Lana'i straight out in front of our unit, and the West Maui mountains to the right. Spectacular views there, all around.
I thank you for letting me share my Maui vacation with you. I have one last post from our trip scheduled for tomorrow where I'll share our final sunset on Maui and the back cover of my album. I'll return to card making after this for a bit as I've got some swaps to make as well as my August allotment of Christmas cards. See you soon!