Kumu'eli Farms

Box 1829, Kaunakakai, Molokai, Hawaii, 96748, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $75.00

Travel Blogs from Kaunakakai

The Hawaiian Creation Story

A travel blog entry by grahamcooke


... besides the chickens they brought with them.

Rats were introduced either by the subsequent Polynesians or later Europeans, and created a problem for early farmers because they would eat the crops. So the mongoose was introduced to combat the rat problem. Of course rats are nocturnal and mongoose are not. The mongoose promptly ignored the rats and started eating the crops themselves, resulting in both a rat and a mongoose problem today. Feral pigs ...

Honoloa Bay and Relaxing At Our Beach

A travel blog entry by honokowai


... up ;). They own two units in the building we are staying at. After we came in we had dessert on the lanai and are heading to bed early for another day at the beach...thinking Kapalua tomorrow though that might change. Also going to go to Lahaina for some shaved ice at Ululani's. Haven't had it yet and that needs to be fixed before we head home!

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"There be whales here!"

A travel blog entry by earthjourney


... commend the bunch and admonish the ignorance of the Japanese whalers and all who support this kind of activity. Paul Watson deserves a medal, not censure.

The weather here has been a little chilly both in the mornings and evenings but it warms up nicely during the main part of the day. It does really seem a little ridiculous to say it feels ‘chilly’ here at plus 10 Celsius because back at home in Ontario just yesterday, it was minus 17 ...

Moloka'i - What Will We Do Today?

A travel blog entry by stefanlofgren


Linnea got us up today - per usual at around 06:20. We went out directly onto the beac after making some coffee. The sunrise was pretty nice as it shone through the haze of Maui. We went out to breakfast this morning at Manae Grocery and Grindz. It was eggs, hash browns, bacon for me, Rebecca had an omlette, and Linnea had pancakes. All in styrofoam. I happened to ask the woman at the counter again about the Wailau Trail. She said, just don't park in ...

Nothing if You Haven't Paid

A travel blog entry by stefanlofgren


... today. We made our way up to Kalae to the Kalaupapa Overlook. It's a really interesting story to learn about. It's a national historic site now protected by the NPS. However, it was only 10 minutes out there and back, then we were back in the car. The town of Kualapuu is built around coffee, at least right now. Moloka'i's only coffee plantation. We stopped and got a decaf-jo, and cinnamon role, and a drink for Linnea. Then we were back in the ...


This B&B, located on Box 1829, Kaunakakai, is near Molokai Harbor, Pali Coast, Molokai War Memorial, and Kalua'aha Church.
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