Hawaiian Rollercoaster Ride

Warning: This is a very photo-heavy post. Why? BECAUSE I WAS IN HAWAII!! How could I not share absolutely everything I witnessed on the beautiful island of Maui. This trip was probably one of the most magical I have ever been on and I’m #blessed to have been able to go (and miss an extra week of classes).

Since there’s so much pretty to look at, I’ll keep my text short. Also, this isn’t a fashion post (sorry), but I had to blog about my trip no matter what.

If you’re ever in Maui, I would honestly tell you to do everything I did on the trip. I went to top of Mt. Haleakalā to watch the sunrise. You’re literally above the clouds, and although it’s an early morning, you then bike down the mountain all while taking in the scenery, smelling the eucalyptus trees and taking off your layers (you start at 35°F and finish at 75°F from top to bottom).

I also went horseback riding at Mendes Ranch, whale watching on a booze cruise, saw the Blowhole and Heart Rock at Nakalele Point, and consumed more pineapple in the short time that I spent in Hawaii than I have throughout my entire life.

Seriously, everything about the trip was an experience and something to remember – my hotel even had flamingos, black and white swans, koi, parrots, macaws and more living within the resort.

I never wanted to leave and I’m already planning my next trip back. Until then, I’ll be ordering POG off Amazon as often as I can.

Oh, and the anthem of the trip? Lilo & Stitch, obviously.


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Oh, and here’s almost ever single snapchat I sent during my time in Maui:

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