The lava-rock church across the street is gorgeous and special, if a bit melancholy. Someone eventually dug them out, but it seemed also strange to stand in a hole and shower. Push buttons are actually a little insulting. Though Big Beach is so widely frequented by so very many kinds of people, it still manages to retain somewhat of an unpopulated feel. There is a unique serenity to the place, and a certain eerie, quiet beauty in the cemetery by the sea. Kihei sand is of a different variety—soft and silty, the kind that took eons to break down, and is the most dreadful to get on your sheets, the kind that you find in your ears many days after that hilariously failed attempt at skimboarding. Baldwin also has an indifferent attitude toward keeping a good shower on its sands.
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