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Sharing Mana‘o

November 2, 2011
By KATHY COLLINS ( , For The Maui News

Ahhh . . . today I'm still feeling the afterglow of a wonderful Wailea weekend. But not the Wailea you're thinking of. I just returned from Akiko's Buddhist Bed & Breakfast in tiny Wailea Village on the Big Island (population: a couple dozen). This Wailea's postal address is Hakalau, 15 miles from Hilo on the Hamakua Coast. Although it's an easy walk from Akiko's to Kolekole Beach Park, where the water from Akaka Falls meets the ocean, the B&B sits at the edge of a hillside rain forest. The road leading through Wailea winds over stone bridges and under a canopy of towering trees, their trunks covered with monstera and morning glory.



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