Photos and reviews of famous sights like the sunrise at Haleakala and a Lanai daytrip with snorkeling are included, but so are other lesser-known activities like watching windsurfers at Hookipa Beach near Paia, the Kapalua Coastal Trail hike, the artsy city of Makawao on the way to Haleakala, the Maui Swap Meet in Kahului, and surfing lessons in Lahaina. Beaches snorkeled include Honolua Bay, Slaughterhouse Beach, Kapalua Bay, Napili Beach, Kahekili Beach, Black Rock at Kaanapali, and Makena Beach.
Dining in Maui on a Budget covers the local “plate lunch,” along with other locations serving Chinese and Vietnamese food, and her favorite place for local tacos and burritos with pineapple salsa.
Choosing a Hawaiian Island to Visit, the last section in the book, details the differences between the Hawaiian Islands, so visitors can decide for themselves which island best suits them. Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and The Big Island of Hawaii differ in population, types of beaches, activities, and ambience, but visitors may not be aware of these differences.
A Hawaiian Family Vacation: Maui gives readers a different point of view from other travel guidebooks, such as where to shop to get the best prices on local products to take home, and is available as an ebook on amazon: http://www.amazon.com/