A'ahi Place Bed and Breakfast

Address: 215 A'ahi Place, Kaunakakai, Molokai, Hawaii, 96748, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 215 A'ahi Place, Kaunakakai, is near Molokai Harbor, Ili'ili'opae Heiau, Molokai War Memorial, and Nene O Molokai.
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    Travel Blogs from Kaunakakai

    Shopping and Shaved Ice

    A travel blog entry by ang.and.ben on Dec 14, 2014

    ... had stayed there all day. But we had important things to do, like go swimming at the beach, eat some cookies and shaved ice! (Beach was very windy, cookies were fabulous, shaved ice kinda meh - sugar free syrup). We also bought a bunch of souvenirs and gifts to bring home. The next day we woke up to some morning rain. It was as if the island was reminding us that it was time for us to head back home. Just as we were resigned ...

    You Drive, NO, You Drive (1980)

    A travel blog entry by lizonya on Jul 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... lined gravel road called 'Lover’s Lane’ in Michigan,” I mention.

    “There’s the Sheraton Hotel ahead, right on the beach,” Pinky points out.

    A dark, handsome, young, well built, man in his early 20’s approaches us. “Aloha! I am Nick, your Bellhop. I will carry your luggage, and show you to your room.”

    “Are you a native Hawaiian?” I ask.

    “Last I ...

    Day 24

    A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 18, 2014

    5 photos

    Today will be a beach day, it is less windy and lots of great sunshine! Doug & Patti are off on their walk and plan on breakfast at Castaway's, Bryan is on a ride and I'm blogging and icing the foot. I will do some sort of exercise perhaps at the local gym here not walking well but it could have been worse.

    So a quiet day and we will eat in the condo tonight. It's so night to have the flexibility to ...


    A travel blog entry by barbo on Dec 09, 2013

    18 photos

    ... the former homes of early missionaries, prisons built for rowdy sailors and the largest banyan tree in the U.S., covering an acre. We drove along the coast through Maalaea where the non coast side was very arid, rugged and stony and undeveloped. There was a wind farm here as the prevailing winds from the north are funnelled between the mountains. As we drove over the low isthmus separating the mountain masses of west and ...

    Mahalo Oahu... Aloha Molokai

    A travel blog entry by erwin_monique on Apr 28, 2013

    4 photos

    The pick up to the airport was going to be at the hotel around 7.15 am. Which meant we had to get up early again. We took our time getting ready and we decided to have breakfast at the airport. The trip to the airport went fine. They dropped us off at the Island Air terminal and we went to the check in. Everything went really fast and before we knew it we were through security. We had 1,5 hours left. We got our ...

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