One thing Hawaii is most certainly not lacking in is wildlife! From the creatures of the sea, to the animals of the lands!
An expanse of 13.5 acres, at an elevation of 4,000 feet, the farm is home to over 55,000 plants
Owned and operated by the Maui Historical Society, Hale Ho’Ike’Ike at the Bailey House takes visitors back in time to the origins and pure culture of the Hawaiian islands.
A flavor explosion of epic proportions has just been recorded! Honey Goat Cheese. Mango. Molokai Sweet Potato Poi. Ginger Mint. Sprinkles. No sprinkles. Sweet. Savory. The choices are endless!
Bright & bold board shorts, novelty vacation t-shirt, saltwater hair and slippahs. Sundress, hair in a bun, sand still clinging to the sun kissed skin on your toes, sandals.
Off you go! Destination……SLAPPY CAKES!
Before the first rooster wakes and greets the day with the music of his crow, prior to the first glimmer of the suns beams over Haleakala and just ahead of the bustling traffic headed over the Pali, Maui’s farmers have their hands in the rich soil tending to the crops of the island.