It reminds me of California.
Except that the hills in my part of California have more of a rolling quality.
Lahaina is a former whaling town on Maui's west end. The guide book describes it as eternally crowded and busy. Well, we drove right in and found free parking on the street, right in the middle of town.
Maui's hotel occupancy rates are low, apparently. That would explain our glamorous upgrade at the Four Seasons.
Guy said Lahaina reminded him of Key West. I said it reminded me of Provincetown, minus the gay.
There is a single large banyan tree that has been converted to a park.