This is at the Western most end of Maui. A place they call the jumping off point as it is the last bit of land the sun touches before it sets into the sea. It's a really cool area and while people flank to beaches all around this area, this particular spot seems to remain uncrowded all the time. In fact, I've never seen more than a handful of people in the area at all. Usually just fishermen. I love that around every bend of this island is a new vantage point. A new beautiful landscape just waiting to be explored. "A hui hou" in Hawaiian means "Until we meet again," and is a common phrase here in the islands. I like to say this to the sun when it goes down, knowing we'll be reaquainted on the other side of the island in a few hours.
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