The road to Hana is a twisting, winding, slithering, beast that follows the edge of the island often at dizzying heights, with over 50 narrow one lane bridges, through dense tropical foliage. I don't mind the road as much when we are driving to Hana, because we hug the mountain. However, coming home, on the outside edge, always makes me a little nervous. This road isn't nearly as unsettling as the road that goes around the West Maui Mountains, but that's a tale I will tell another time.
|A fine example of the curved nature of the road.|
|Another view of the road to Hana.|
|Looking into the valley ~ Ko`olau Gap|
|Zoomed in on the quaint little church and taro fields, seen on the left side of the photo above this one.|
Next in my series...The Red Sand Beach. Stay with me. You won't want to miss it! Also, thanks so much for all the lovely comments on my last two posts. My camo shorts held up great in Hana, and I am looking forward to wearing the latest skirt and tank top this week. Anybody else watching Project Runway with me? I was so glad to get back to civilization today, just in time to catch tonight's episode.