50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration in Hawaii
July 21 to 30, 2006

Page 9 -- Wailea Shoreline Walk
Posted August 11, 2006
2006, Herbert E. Lindberg

It had been several years since Mary and I walked the length of the Wailea Shoreline Walkway.  We walked together part way one morning and I walked the entire length another afternoon.  I've tried my best to piece photos from both walks into a monotonic walk south from Elua Village to the Fairmont Kea Lani.

South end of Elua Village with the Wailea Marriott in the background (morning).

One of the small egrets that walked on top of shrubs at Elua Village.

Picturesque shoreline at the Wailea Marriott (afternoon).

Vast expanse of lounge chairs and sun tents at the Grand Wailea Resort.

More chairs and umbrellas extend to the ocean.

Mob scene a bit farther down the walkway at the Grand Wailea wading pool.

Tarzan (rope) swing into a deeper pool.

A boy about to drop off the rope into the pool.

A water slide just to the right of the Tarzan rope.

North end of the Wailea Point condos.  These go on forever with walls that remind me of Shawshank Prison.

Mary on a lower portion of the wall around the Wailea Point condos, part of which stretch beyond her.

The Wailea Point shoreline is beautiful, but not inviting for a swim.

The Fairmont Kea Lani finally appears beyond the Wailea Point condos.

Outriggers parked on the Fairmont Kea Lani beach.

Southern portion of the Wailea Point condos viewed north across the Fairmont Kea Lani beach.

A plaque described this as a tribute to fishermen, but it looked like another symbol to me.

On another walk but north from Elua Village, Mary and I revisited the Renaissance Hotel Resort.
This was the Sheraton when we stayed there 11 years ago and discovered Elua Village next door.

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