Kumu'eli Farms

Address: Box 1829, Kaunakakai, Molokai, Hawaii, 96748, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on Box 1829, Kaunakakai, is near Molokai Harbor, Pali Coast, Molokai War Memorial, and Kakahaia Beach Park.
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Travel Blogs from Kaunakakai

Lavender and goats

A travel blog entry by hansonerin on Nov 10, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... on a tour with a very chatty crazy man who introduced us to their hurd of goats. We got to feed the teenagers who were already knocked up with their first baby. They keep the girl goats pregnant constantly so they can produce the most milk. Crazy but true - it's all about having the most milk to make great cheese. We saw the milking station and the place they make the cheese. Pretty much everything they put in their cheeses comes from their property or is locally sourced. The ...

Day 26

A travel blog entry by katrina3198 on Jun 19, 2014

What a great day! Pretty short entry guys... We ninja'd a great spot under a giant tree on the beach to our right (it is way more secluded than our hotel beach). We napped, sun baked, swam and snorkelled. We even got to hang out with a green sea turtle again. I got about 1m away from it this time and was able to watch it ...

The Hawaiian Creation Story

A travel blog entry by grahamcooke on Jan 23, 2014

38 photos

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

12 photos

... While at the summit we are approximately 2 to 3,000 feet above the clouds. At the top of the crater it is pretty barren with lunar type rocks making up the landscape. Prior to the sun rising, the horizon turns a bright orange. Cameras were flashing all around us. As the sun breaks the horizon a local Hawaiian Naturalist begins an ancient chant to the volcano goddess. Today new agers revere Haleakala as a powerful ...

Haleakala - House of the Sun

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 16, 2013

16 photos

... be doing! Yet, I was surprised just how many people we saw biking down the mountain and how many bike trailers we saw along the road.

We got to the summit and were very surprised at just how many cars were in the parking lot (and also the other lot just below the summit). It was packed. We knew this was a popular event but didn't realize just how popular. Amazingly, we got the last normal parking spot. People still continued to ...

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