When we decided we wanted a vacation, we wanted to go somewhere that we would not need an agenda, not have any expectations, and just be able to go with the flow. I was pretty stoked when Chris sent me the confirmation for a trip to Maui. Maui was the perfect choice for the purpose of this trip and I was very excited to go somewhere I had never been.
Though my instinct was to research all the vegan places to eat on the island and all the things to do, I refrained because I did not want to have any expectations when I got there. I waited until we landed then used the Yelp and Happycow apps on my iphone to find out what was near us. Even though we had these, along with a few other snacks, on the plane, we were famished when we got off the plane and were starting to get a little fiesty by the time we picked up the rental car so we drove to the closest place we knew would have vegan options: Whole Foods. We were able to get some great hummus wraps, along with some snacks for the room and some vegan wine. We spent the rest of the day just hanging at the hotel, and just had wine and snacks for dinner before going to bed early.