Maui Day 2

Day 2 in Maui we decided to kick things off with coffee and a workout! Maui Coffee Roasters was honestly one of my most favorite cups of coffee while we were there. It was smooth and potent!


Voted the best coffee on Maui? I think so!

I also loved that almond milk was available at every shop no matter how small. They had it out with their sugars and creamers so you could help yourself!

We worked out at the Y in Kahalui if you were curious. We called to see how much the cost would be and they were so nice that they said they would give us a free 3 day trial. It was a great place to go and get in a quick workout.

Trust me, we needed some serious physical activity considering how much food we were eating/planning on eating!

After our workout we were starving (by we I mean “I was starving”) so we decided on Tin Roof. Tin Roof is this tiny restaurant that serves up Hawaiian comfort food. They are quick and efficient which is great because this place was poppin’ and as I mentioned before it’s small so it gets crowded quick!


We got the Mochiko Chicken and Chop Steak both topped with a 1 minute egg.



The Mochiko Chicken was the sweeter of the two and the hubs loved it!

The Chop Steak was savory and delicious and my favorite πŸ™‚


We had some fails after this because there was a farmer’s market we wanted to go to, but you had to pay .50 cents to get in and we had no change and no cash. It was going to close soon so we decided to keep on keepin’ on.

Next we wanted to check out Donut Dynamite, but they had sold out and closed as well. We were super disappointed (but no worries because we did make it there)!

We instead went to Kumu Farms and got pineapple, passionfruit, and a young coconut to drink.


Next to Kumu Farms was another store and we ended up getting coconut candy, salt water taffy, and this delicious bar. I don’t remember what it was called, but it had macadamia nuts, chocolate, and other goodness!


Home Maid Bakery was our next stop for some malasadas. We got one plain and one filled! Both were covered in sugar causing quite the delicious mess.

We were both tired and in need of naps and showers so we drove home and got cleaned up for a romantic night at Mama’s Fish House!

I’m actually going to wrap this post up here and make Mama’s Fish House a post all on it’s own because it hands down deserves it.

I’ll see you guys at Mama’s on Wednesday πŸ˜‰ till then hugs and love!

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