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... from a certain three year old any longer! The entire morning was spent at the beach and the pool. Owen was on the beach for literally three seconds before he was covered in sand! We built various sand castles, mammals, shapes, and motes. We played chase and had snacks. We did pretty much everything one can do at the beach except actually go in the water. It turns out that neither Macyn or Owen are huge fans of waves! The pool ...
... it. Mechanics would be inspecting it in about 25 minutes. And so, 20 minutes later, we were informed that the inspection would take about an hour. We could (and probably should) leave the plane and return to the concourse if we wanted to. Finally, we learned that a new plane would be required for us. Back on the train to the previous terminal. A Boeing 737. Want to know my unadulterated opinion of Catering? Ask ...
We arrived in maui from Seattle on sunday late afternoon and then had continuous rain for three days but today the sun has come out.
we are staying at Paia a sort of hippy surfing resort on the north (windward) Coast in what is called a B&B but not as we know it. There are 6 rooms in the house , ours is the best and on the top floor Oceanside. It is a lovely house and room but it has definitely seen better days. For the. 1st few ...
... going to the same local beach bar at night. We saw two guys sitting at the entrance of the bar and realized we were not the only ones taking this tsunami alert pretty lightly. Well, the bar did not seem like it was gonna reopen due to the alert. And only when we got back to the hotel, we realized this was actually a big deal. First three floors were evacuated (luckily we were on the 5th); and ...
... along the west coast of the island, a couple of miles past La Perouse Bay (where Captain Cook sailed in to harbor at Maui in the late 1700s). The ocean was perfectly calm, with the exception of the 3 foot swell that was coming from the northeast and was more easily felt in the shallow waters created by the lava flow from Mt. Haleakala over 100+ years ago. The sky was clear and we could see the Big Island of Hawaii, as well as ...
Other places to stay in Kihei
2828 Umalu Place, Kihei | B&Bfrom $140
808 Kupulau Drive, Kihei | B&B$85 average
815 Kumulani Drive, Kihei | B&Bfrom $85
3259 Akala Drive, Kihei | B&Bfrom $111
2838 Umalu Place, Kihei | B&Bfrom $140
80 E. Welakahao Road, Kihei | B&Bfrom $40
Pob 1747, Kihei | B&Bfrom $55
989 South Kihei Road, Kihei | B&Bfrom $60
435 Kalalau Place, Kihei | B&Bfrom $80
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2840 Umalu Pl, Kihei | B&Bfrom $95