In Maui, we may not have access to Picasso exhibits or other big city type attractions. We do, however, have easy access to sea and sun and spas, and they don’t always cost as much as you might think. Last Saturday, I spent a delicious couple of hours soaking in the baths at the Grand Wailea’s Spa Grande. For $55, you can come to the spa for two hours and soak in any or all of the Termè Baths (Moor Mud, Hawaiian Healing and Aromatherapy to name a few), visit the sauna or steam room, or both (don’t forget to take an iced cloth on your way in and cucumber slices to soothe tired eyes), sit under waterfall-like streams that release tension in your neck and shoulders, or simple prune away in the hot tubs with the occasional (and super brief!) cold-pool dunks that guarantee a rosy-glow and leave a vibrant twinkle in your eye. And somehow, shaving your legs feels much more fun and glamorous in the Japanese bath room. The Termè package also includes a full, albeit short, body exfoliation; I dare you to not emerge feeling squeaky clean and, as my mother used to say, “as smooth as a baby’s bottom.” Then, ask for a robe and meander up to the second story lanai where you can gaze out at the ocean and meditate on how good life feels. If you want to tack on massages or facials, the options are endless. But, for $55 you can feel far, far away and still have money left over for lunch by the pool.