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.