Above: Polo beach in southern Wailea, looking out toward the 8th Hawaiian Island, Kaho'olawe, used by the U.S. military for bombing practice in World War II, and generously given to Hawaii in 1994
to clean up the still-live bombs on the island. No tourist or citizen is allowed to visit.
Below: Pictures 1 and 2 are of Kihei's fine seafood eatery Eskimo Candy.
Pictures 3 and 4 are from the 505 Gallery, with work from artist Davo (the guy in the Hawaiian shirt at left, in picture 4), who fled the mainland to the hills of Maui to avoid
the draft in the 60's. Formerly working with Andy Warhol, and annually invited to paint at the Grammys, he paints rock icons such as Neil Young and Sir Paul McCartney.
Pictures 5 to 7 show beach volleyball players at sunset.
Pictures 8 to 11 - Surfin' U.S.A.