Morning POG mimosas and coffee on the lanai followed by a walk. We found a way to walk without being on the main road and ended up at Charley Young Beach where we saw the webcam in the palm tree. This webcam provided great views during the winter when cold arctic winds blew and snow covered the ground. I captured a screenshot of the webcam with my wife and I and emailed it to my brothers.
We lounged at the condo and then headed out on the road to Hana. A light rain started about Paia and we looked for our honeymoon B&B from 1993 that no longer exists as a B&B. There was a sign about a private driveway/road so we didn't go the last 1/4 mile. We skipped most of the pullout because of the rain bur we had coffee and banana bread at Huelo Point. We went as far as Keane Point, watched some crashing waves and turned back. Observations about the road to Hana are some people drive like Mario Andretti on a road course. Relax, enjoy and respectful.
We were getting hungry and had found memories of Paia Fish Market when Paia was a small sleepy village 25 years ago. We figured if we find a parking space then it's meant to be. We found a parking space and walked down to the restaurant. I wanted opakapaka and love and behold they had it. The charbroiled opakapaka was delicous and the Maui Brewing Pilsner went well. We poked into the shops after eating but the prices seemed high and we didn6see anything we needed. My wife turned down my offer of a coconut bra.
We went to the Shops at Waileala to get Maui Cookie Lady cookies. We had some at beerfest Saturday and wanted some more. We hoped to see a sunset but there were too many clouds. We went to Maui Brewing for a beer and finally got served after waiting far longer than we should have had to wait for a place that wasn't very busy. A walk down to the beach to say goodnight to the turtles before going to bed.