A Day in the Life at Sugar Beach
Start your morning with a barefoot stroll along the surf on Hawaii’s longest beach and feel the warm white sand between your toes. In the spring you will most likely see a humpback whale or two breaching offshore, and you’ll see Hawaiian sea turtles most anytime of the year. Finish your walk with a dip in the warm waters of Maalaea bay or swim in the heated saltwater pool at sugar beach resort. A soak in the hot tub might feel even better.
Enjoy breakfast while gazing at the ocean from your lanai or through the large window next to your dining table. The menu includes fresh apple bananas, papaya, and mangoes from the famous Kihei farmer’s market, just a short walk from your condo.
The day presents a palette of activities. Take a cruise out to watch whales jumping in the air or dolphins following your boat. Snorkel off Molokini island. Learn to surf. Go shopping in the old whaler town of Lahaina. Take a drive to the north shore, visit the retro-town of Paia and have lunch at the world-famous mama’s fish house. Or, if you’re really up for an experience, drive all the way to heavenly Hana and swim in the seven sacred pools. See the sunrise over the crater on Haleakala. Play one of Maui’s world class golf courses. Or what the heck, just kick back on the beach all day.
It is 6:00 pm and time for watching the sun set over the west Maui mountains which is conveniently viewed from your lanai. The sky turns the color of a Mai tai as you relax in the warmth of the tropical evening. Decisions, decisions. Will it be a quiet night listening to the crashing surf or dinner at one of Maui’s fabulous restaurants? Whatever the choice you can be sure the night will end with the sounds of the ocean lulling you to sleep. Life is good.
Oh, and a few words about your island home: sugar beach 312 is a highly desirable corner unit so you have ocean views from two sides and lots of air and light filling your living area. Even the bedroom has a view of Haleakala. Your lanai overlooks the pool as well as the ocean and provides gorgeous sunset watching. Features include:
• newly remodeled kitchen with custom
cabinets and granite counter-tops
• fabulous new bathroom with large spa-style
• all new furnishings
• extra large bedroom with king size bed
• full size washer and dryer
• free wireless broadband
• free long-distance telephone to US and
• free air conditioning
• free parking
• barbeque on lanai
• unit is stocked with everything you need
Sugar beach resort features:
• heated saltwater pool, jacuzzi, and sauna
• licensed massage therapist
• on site activity booking agent
• convenience store
• putting green
• beachfront lighted BBQ area
I first came to Hawaii in 1973 and fell immediately in love. I started a business on Oahu and later lived on Maui for 8 years. I retired 17 years ago and began traveling. I am now a full time world traveler but always return to the islands when I circle around to this part of the globe. This photo, taken in Alberobello, Italy, is me with my 3 loves--my 2 beautiful daughters and my '76 Westfalia Bus.
Sugar Beach has the perfect location. You are close enough to all the great restaurants of Wailea, Maalaea, and Lahaina, close to the shopping center in Kahului with everything from Costco to Whole Foods. I don't even bother renting a car when I'm here. There is a bus stop just a short walk away which will get you most places on the island. And, it isn't bad living right on the beach.
I looked at dozens of condos before I walked into 312 and instantly knew it was the one for me. It was so bright and airy where others seemed cramped and dark. The side window looking out at the ocean was the killer and the fact that it has a larger bedroom than most of the other units was a big plus as well.
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