Of all the different types of writing I do, travel writing is one of my very favourites. Why? Well, because it means hiking, sailing, and spa-ing constitute work. (Diving would be on that list too, except I have a passenger who prevents me from doing such things at the moment.)
In my latest piece for The Province I drove a delightfully sketchy — and scenic — road on Maui. And no, it wasn’t the one to Hana. Slip on your driving gloves, friends. It’s time for a road trip.
Clockwise from top left: Just call me SnorKelsey (bikini by Roxy, c/o Simons). Hitch a ride aboard the Teralani 2. My accommodations the first time I went to Maui (it’s a campground on a particularly beautiful stretch of beach). The waves on Ka’anapali Beach out front of the Westin. The bamboo forest, a light hike that takes you to a light waterfall. And sugar cane fields lining the highways.
I know what you’re wondering: where do you find the best banana bread on the island? In my article for The Province.
[Photos from Kelsey Dundon’s Instagram feed.]
P.S. You’ll find a few more of my favourite Maui spots on Vitamin Daily.
P.P.S. Island-hopping? The north shore of Kauai will really float your catamaran.
Maui is definitely on my list of places to visit before I’m thirty. I love your pictures and the plain layout of your site that just makes your pics pop. Travel writing also interests me. It’s what I’d like to do in the near future, hopefully. Thanks for sharing this. Looking forward to reading more of your posts!
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