Haiku Plantation Inn: Maui Bed and Breakfast

555 Haiku Road, Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, 96708, United States | B&B
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Day 21

A travel blog entry by hemslie

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... rain. I had a serving of coconut shrimp it is so good there, we tried to wait out the storm but it was definitely not going to stop so we (and when I say we) I mean Doug, Patti and I decided to walk back home oh and did we get soaked oh yes we did!!! Bryan took a cab and we made it back before him wet and chilly :-) We ate in tonight appy's and an early night.

Another great day even in the rain!

Until tomorrow good night.


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A Walk In The Clouds

A travel blog entry by usatexan

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... back the different route. He is an ex-marine, why should I doubt him?

Hours later (after failing to find someone at the parking lot to offer a ride) walking up steep switchbacks on the dark, isolated bone-chilling mountain road, I try to remember why I didn't question his plan more forcefully.

We had started our hike about noon. It was now after 7 P.M. After hiking up and down the mountain for 7 hours, our feet are developing blisters, adding to the ...

Sea turtles!

A travel blog entry by erwin_monique

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We ate this morning at the Subway... Our usual... 9 grain whole wheat bread, egg, forest ham, lettuce, cucumber, onions etc. We had a drink with it and some yoghurt afterwards. There were some other shops in the area so we looked around a bit.

We got in the car and drove on to Lahaina where they had this huge Banyan tree. Very impressive. This is a town that is visited a lot by ...

Volcano bike trip

A travel blog entry by salmorton01

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... 28 miles. It is really exciting and we travel at speeds of over 20 miles an hour most of the way. There is only a very short bit of road where we have to cycle and one spot where we walk a short way. All the rest is down hill and no peddling from a height of about 10,000 feet to sea level. We finish at the coast and the others all have lunch while we take a short walk around the town and then it is back to the ship where we enjoy a buffet lunch.

In the ...

Entrevue culturelle

A travel blog entry by p-a.pelletier

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... plastic bags.

With these questions, I can understand people living here are more respectful and careful of their environment. I was wondering how people are living here and how they are with their environment. By the way I can see people here, I know Randy is right, because I haven’t seen many garbage on the ground, which is nice. Also, the garbage truck pass twice a week, which is nice. Then I knew about the recent law which ban plastic bags. ...

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