While staying in Ka'anapali we spent a bit of time exploring the local towns of Lahaina (about 10 minutes south) and Olowalu (another 10 minutes south). Lahaina is a little fishing village and has a lovely local vibe in comparison to Ka'anapali. There were still a ton of tourists around when we were there but no … Continue reading Lahaina & Olowalu
The reason John and I travelled to Maui was because I won a competition hosted by Canon Australia. It was a videography competition, and along with some awesome camera and videography gear, the trip to Maui was part of the prize. They paid for our return flights and five nights accomodation at a resort in Ka'anapali, … Continue reading Ka’anapali
We spent an afternoon exploring the north-west coast of Maui. Honolua Bay is a beautiful bay renowned for its surf and crystal clear water. We parked up at the lookout to watch the surf while we ate the epic acai bowl we picked up from a roadside stall.
It was a moral dilemma, returning to Milan, as we’ve spent so much time and money there and kind of neglected other cultures and countries.....
Do you even Fall? Is Fall even real without pumpkin patches, hay rides, old haunted barns, baggy hoodies, bonfires, pumpkin spice lattes or pumpkin flavoured anything? Regardless of the answer, I participated in all of these things in a matter of a few days and can personally vouch for Falls existence, in case you were … Continue reading #FALL
Arriving in Key West felt to me like arriving in another country. There were these vibes radiating from the place that instantly put me in a good mood. Not to mention the reggae music playing in the streets, the wild chickens and iguanas, and the abundant coconuts! We had camped overnight in Miami and spent … Continue reading Destination: Key West