Town of Paia

The little town of Paia in Maui is known for a lot of things. It’s the last main town before the start of the Road to Hana, it has the very popular Paia Fish Market, some adorable shops, the highly regarded Mama’s Fish House, “Jaws” the very intense surf spot, and Ho’okipa Beach, aka Turtle … More Town of Paia

The Mill House

I learned about the Mill House after falling into a deep internet search while looking up restaurants in Maui, and I feel like this place should be getting a lot more attention. As like most restaurants in Hawaii, the meal was delicious. Their chickpea cakes were melt-in-your-mouth good and I must’ve liked whatever drink I … More The Mill House

Front Street

Although I would argue nothing on Maui could be described as “touristy”, probably the closest touristy street we visited was Front Street. A long street lined with souvenir and dessert shops definitely attracts all the travelers, but it still had its adorable Maui charm and gorgeous ocean views. Cookie heaven and the perfect place to … More Front Street

Hawaiian Airlines

For the most part, travelers tend to pick their airline based mainly on the cheapest ticket. A close second is for best mileage perks, but if you’re like me and don’t quite travel often enough to earn significant miles on airlines, you have what feels like 500 different airline accounts and spread out miles. When … More Hawaiian Airlines