Maui is the second largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago, and is formed by two shield volcanoes that overlapped to create an isthmus between them. The volcano in the west is extinct, while Haleakala in the east is classified as dormant, and is surrounded by National Park.
Our trip started up on the north coast and then we drove over towards the west coast beaches and towns. Here are some of the things we did during our time on the island. Continue reading Maui – Hawaiian Island Infatuation