|Nene, the Hawaiian state bird.|
Next we figured out where we needed to visit to get prices, pick up a few items for the wedding and to eat to test out places for the rehearsal dinner, welcome BBQ, wahine party and cock n hen party. We worked into our schedule to visit Costco, the ABC store, Liquor Barn, Whole Foods, some nail salons, Aloha Mixed Plate, South Shore Tiki Lounge, Da Kitchen and Halimaile General Store. Yes, we are fully committed to torture ourselves by eating at all of these wonderful places to make sure that our guests will all have a great dining experience while on Maui.
I've been watching a timeshare for us to stay at for the past couple weeks for cancellations that we could get in on and be able to stay there for free instead of having to pay for a hotel. We wanted to stay 3 nights at the timeshare in Lahaina and two at the one in Kihei. So far, we have our two nights at Kihei booked and have full faith that the other three days will clear up in Lahaina.
We think we have a good plan and pretty much everything in place for our trip. Is there anything that you can think of that we might have forgotten about?
Did you go on a scouting or planning trip for your wedding? What was the most important thing that you learned from it?