No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
Travel Blogs from Haiku
... long it would take to get out there, and by the time I checked in, decided it wasn't really worth it. I figure I can see more of Honolulu the next time I visit. Because I will be back - potentially as early as next year. While I loved Maui, I'm excited to think about how much. Else there is to see and do in Hawaii. It is definitely still on my list! I'll wrap things up here. It's been a fantastic 4 weeks, and I am really, really sad to be going home. I'll see everyone ...
... recently and tried to peck them to death.
The goats are easy, they just keep the 6 acres of grass short and only need water. There were some baby goats in the flock, but could we catch one for a cuddle? No chance!!
So there was never a quiet moment on the Ranch with the animals. There’s was always something happening and a new story breaking. It was like following an animal soap opera. ...
... It was awesome.
Went over to Boss Frogs this morning and started to schedule our events. Excitement today consisted of a whale watching cruise. We seen a bunch of humpback whales. The boat we were on also had a microphone in the water so we could hear the song of the humpback during the cruise. The Naturalist said that there were over 1000 whales in the Maui straits. They were all around us. The captain had to turn the boat off ...
... in 15 years that the Chargers have been shut out. Ouch! Luckily for us but too bad for the Chargers, we didn't have to watch the end of the game as the network switched over to a different more exciting game. That was the worst insult! Pam and Donna decided to do a little shopping, as Pam had a beautiful new purple top that Donna coveted and just had to have one of her own. I took a few more pictures of the yard while Bill was getting ready. The four of us met at the ...
... were a comin. However since boogie boarding and snorkeling are wet activities anyway, Luke and Gramma headed for the beach. Good waves for the boards, but too much action under water for us to see fish. Luke met a man and his adult son from Canada and the three "boys" played frisbee and catch in the water. Of course, we head for the warm inviting pool after we desand ourselves and hang out there for an hour or so under a gray sky. Off to a ...