Travel – Four Seasons Resort Maui – Day 3 of 3
Four Seasons Resort Maui – Day three
Breakfast was a choice between buffet, a la carte, or a set menu at Four Seasons Resort Maui’s DUO Restaurant. Buffet seemed boring, so I ordered the Japanese Breakfast set. A healthy combination of broiled salmon, tsukemono (pickled vegetables), miso soup, hard boiled egg, agedashi tofu, came with a side of mixed fruits and green tea. Maui zebra doves and myna birds sang for me as I enjoyed my meal.
Four Seasons’ championship paddling team worked me hard the day before. I couldn’t continue my day before loosening up my muscles at Four Seasons Maui Spa. I steamed for a good 15 minutes before receiving an iconic deep tissue massage. The warm ginger lemonade served at the spa was a great energizer for the day.
It was my last day. I needed to soak up the last bit of Hawaiian sun before returning to gloomy Toronto. I snuck out the welcome champagne that I didn’t have time to drink before, slathered myself with Four Seasons’ complimentary sunscreen, and enjoyed my own version of mimosa by the beach. The pineapple slices offered by Fours Seasons’ staff were a perfect complement.
The contemporary Hawaiian art displayed throughout Four Seasons Resort Maui seemed more inspiring after the champagne. More than 280 art pieces were curated since Hawaiian statehood in 1959. If I had more space in my suitcase, I would have brought home a few.
(photos by Tanya)
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