Lanikai Farm

Address: 100 South Lanikai Place, Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, 96708, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 100 South Lanikai Place, Haiku, is near Aqua Adventures, Maui Horseback Riding Tours (Pony Express Tours), Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center, and Twin Falls.
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Travel Blogs from Haiku

Lavender and goats

A travel blog entry by hansonerin on Nov 10, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... made it a perfect happy hour. We had to head back to the hotel because Kathy predicted it would take us an hour with all the traffic. As usual when it comes to these things she was correct and we got home just in time to freshen up, relax a bit and then meet Cecilia for dinner at Roy's. Cecilia brought a surprise guest, her grandson Greyson. He and us all had a great time. His highest priority is to make sure we keep feeding him and we did our job so all was good. Here's to another great ...

Paddleboarding & BBQs

A travel blog entry by henandpen on Jul 06, 2014

6 comments, 4 photos

... to try it in the first place. Gotta respect that. From there we briefly returned to our units before reconvening poolside. Libations were consumed, children were entertained, and plans were made for later. It turns out that Mel took some shots from the balcony of Brian and I paddleboarding which turned out pretty good, I think. You'll marvel at our form. I've reserved a BBQ for us tonight down on the grounds and a relaxing but equally rewarding evening ...

Summer Hikes

A travel blog entry by ctynui on Jun 25, 2014

90 photos

... maybe three miles round trip. The crossings are not too difficult but good balance is helpful. If you are adventurous, you can climb up the first waterfall and there is another waterfall above the first one. Sometimes there are ropes but last time we were there they had been cut down. We did hike up the other section of the river and find a second pond and waterfall that was a bit deeper for swimming. This one did have a rope to climb up but….we did not go ...

The Hawaiian Creation Story

A travel blog entry by grahamcooke on Jan 23, 2014

38 photos

... 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 ...

The Rising Sun

A travel blog entry by ostrowski on Aug 16, 2013

12 photos

... at surfing.

Our second stop was in the town of Lahaina. We did a self directed walk viewing many historical sights along Front, Prison and Wainee Streets. We viewed the oldest house in Lahaina which was built in 1834 by a doctor and missionary who contributed much to the community in farming , grazing, and irrigation. We also saw the Pioneer Inn which was the first hotel in West Maui and was the scene of ...

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