Being greeted by familiar faces of the head manager Ruben Schrijver, chef Alessandro and several other staff members made us feel right at home, and we quickly fell back into our routine: breakfast at the Pool House, gym, mid day nap, afternoons by the pool (with a coconut to keep cool), sunsets at the Club and nights back at the pool, listening to one of the most soothing DJ’s ever and enjoying one of their eclectic nightly buffets.
The last post about Macau showed the modern face of the city, with its sparkling skyscrapers and its infinite bridges. Macau, though, is a dichotomy of contrasts: modern and primeval, luxury and degrade, Orient and West at the same time, due to the legacy of the Portuguese colonization (1847-1999).
The Four Seasons Maui is one of our favorite spots in Hawaii. Located perfectly in the heart of the luxury hotel row in Wailea, this resort is a must see destination, even if only for the local artists and a quick bite.