Hale Moe

Address: 502 Akolu Place, Lanai City, Lanai, Hawaii, 96763, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 502 Akolu Place, Lanai City, is near Mike Carroll Gallery, Lanai Culture & Heritage Center, Dis 'N Dat, and Richard's Shopping Center.
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Travel Blogs from Lanai City


A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 01, 2014

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... the waterfall! Another 30 minutes drive was a national park and I had to enter this one. One entrance fee covered this part of the park and the volcano, which I planned on doing tomorrow. I got to do a 2 mile hike up that went to the tallest waterfall in Hawaii. Most importantly along the way, I got to see my first every bamboo forest. I loved this. Bamboo is so skinny compared to other trees and when the wind blows, it feels like ...

A real holiday day.

A travel blog entry by bcomeault on Jul 06, 2014

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... exercise. We actually saw some giant (to us) turtles which we were able to paddle within a few meters of before they dove to safety. Beautiful creatures. Upon our return to shore, I thought I would try and catch a wave in. I caught a beauty, but as the whitecap dissipated I realized I was in trouble. I was too far forward on the board and the nose of the board planted into the sand. Hard. I was thrown off and ...

The Hawaiian Creation Story

A travel blog entry by grahamcooke on Jan 23, 2014

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There are many similarities between the histories of Hawaii and Australia. There's very much a before and an after. Before the arrival of the white man, the Hawaiian islands were a rich tapestry of culture and wildlife. They teemed with diverse birdlife, and the constant intermixing of people from each island lead to an interesting and diverse set of religious beliefs.

Take, for example, the Hawaiian creation story: The islands were raised from the sea ...

The Rising Sun

A travel blog entry by ostrowski on Aug 16, 2013

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... parties. It was the only hotel until the 1950's.Today the drunken whalers who once wandered through these streets have been replaced by tourists crowding in this small 1 mile stretch of town.

As the temperatures rose to the mid 80's we headed back to the condo for some pool time. The wind, again today, was very strong and whipping up the sand on the beach. We ended our pool time at the Hula Grill for some fruity beverages. ...

Haleakala - House of the Sun

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 16, 2013

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... Hawaii gets 200 new species every 20 years. This really affects the entire state at so many levels. Sad... We really enjoyed listening to Keith and appreciated his enthusiasm.

We stayed in the visitor ctr for quite some time and then did a short 1/10th mile walk up a cone of lava. The views were spectacular. It's a different kind of pretty - no real flowers to speak of and not much vegetation but the different colors of the ground ...

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