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Keanae On My Mind …

Keanae taken at the YMCA Camp

Maui Keanae

We were at Keanae this Saturday for a surprise birthday party of one of dear friends. I planned to write a blog post about Keanae, but it’s now almost 11PM Sunday night, and my eyes are falling (need to go to bed).  So for now, please enjoy the photos and I will catch up with  you later.

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Pineapple Found on Our Way To Hana

 Pineapple at Keanae on way to Hana

 

Pineapple on the way to Hana

 

Pineapple on the way to Hana

 

This is my entry to the Wordless Wednesday at 5 Minutes For Moms. Go there for more!

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I Love Keanae




Why do I love going to Keanae? It is a very peaceful place. Surrounded by beautiful nature God has created, spending time in Keanae helps renews my mind, body and soul. And that’s what vacation is all about. We were first introduced to this lovely peninsula by our dear friends, the Keplers. They have a cabin there (we call Hale Kaenae) that they generously share with family and friends. Their love for this place is contagious, and I can see why. It’s very easy to fall in love with the place, a easy as we fall in love with the Keplers. As you can see in the photos, it’s a HAVEN OF REST. The old church that we walk to, the camping place where our kids love to sleep, the rainbow, the ocean, the Taro patches, lush greeneries, fruit trees and tropical flowers. Ahh… it’s a wonderful, wonderful place. Check this virtual panoramic view HERE :) and more HERE

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My Favorite Vacation Spot: Keanae



We live on Maui, so everyday is like a vacation, right? NO! We locals also work and go about our daily chores like others. So we too need a vacation once in a while. My favorite place to go? Keanae!

Why do I love going to Keanae? It is a very peaceful place. Surrounded by beautiful nature God has created, spending time in Keanae helps renews my mind, body and soul. And that’s what vacation is all about. We were first introduced to this lovely peninsula by our dear friends, the Keplers. They have a cabin there (we call Hale Kaenae) that they generously share with family and friends. Their love for this place is contagious, and I can see why. It’s very easy to fall in love with the place, a easy as we fall in love with the Keplers. As you can see in the photos, it’s a HAVEN OF REST. The old church that we walk to, the camping place where our kids love to sleep, the rainbow, the ocean, the Taro patches, lush greeneries, fruit trees and tropical flowers. Ahh… it’s a wonderful, wonderful place.


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