Hale Moe

502 Akolu Place, Lanai City, Lanai, Hawaii, 96763, United States | B&B

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Lazy Morning in Wailea

A travel blog entry by henandpen


... this lunch hour and her skin had taken on the hue of Emperor Palpatine's. Paltry tip, suffice to say. The kids are napping now. Mel's out on the body board that the Watson's left us. I'm drinking these horrid organic vegetable and fruit blend drinks while I write this in an effort to detoxify and blow my colon out before our 10:45pm flight tomorrow night. Just writing that time makes me wince. ------------ After a quick dinner we met the Comeault's poolside for ...

Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve/Snorkelling

A travel blog entry by mack.travel

... a (the reef triggerfish - Hawaii's state fish). We also some some nice brightly coloured coral reefs. Like I said before, a really good snorkelling spot. After some snorkelling, me and Mom went to Po'olenalena Beach to relax a bit and then headed home. We didn't do much today as Ayden wasn't feeling well but plan to go to a lavender farm in Kula ...

Beach Day in Maui

A travel blog entry by bruceandjulie


... Nothing tastes better than fish and chips when you've been at the beach. Mmmm. An afternoon sea breeze ruined our opportunity for a second swim so we headed back to the ship for a rest before dinner. The ship set sail for the Big Island at 6pm. It started swaying and rolling about almost straight away. Swallowed some more pills and all's good. We met a couple in ...

Maui: 1) Introduction and West Maui

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger


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Maui is known as the "Valley Island" because there are two dormant volcanoes that formed the island (one the famous Haleakala, the other the West Maui Mountains), with a broad valley in between. It's in this valley your plane will land and where most of the locals live. Maui is not a large island but is the second biggest Hawaiian island (48 x 26 miles; 77 x 42 km). ...

Lazy Day By the Pool

A travel blog entry by jwaters13


... little Maebelle to join us at the pool. Mae really enjoyed the water this afternoon. She kicked and floated like a little fish!

After a dinner of fajitas, we relaxed on the couch, caught up on some new fall TV, and made beach plans for the weekend. A little bit of a slow day, but as we adjust to island living, we find ourselves relaxing a little more and trying a little less to cram so much into one day. It felt good to be just a little lazy today!


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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