Keawakapu Beach (2006)

A nearly perfect morning at Keawakapu Beach (“Kay-ah-wa-ka-poo,” meaning sacred harbor) in Kihei, on Maui. The island on the horizon is uninhabited Kahoolawe (“Ka-hoe-oh-lah-vay,” meaning carrying away by currents). South Maui, the leeward west coast of the Haleakala volcano, is the driest and sunniest part of the island. So if it it’s not sunny there it’s probably not sunny anywhere else on Maui.

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