Maui Homestay B&B

Address: 2838 Umalu Place, Kihei, Maui, Hawaii, 96753, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2838 Umalu Place, Kihei, is near Discover Hawaii Tours, Keawakapu Beach, Awapuhi Adventures, and Mike Severns Diving.
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    Travel Blogs from Kihei

    Swimming with Sharks

    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Mar 24, 2015

    6 photos

    ... a lunch before heading back to the harbor. It was an excellent trip and worth the money we paid.

    Our last stop before the condo was at the Island Cream Ice Cream shop. Nothing like a banana chocolate chip hot fudge sundae for dessert. We layer out a while at the condo and also seen our turtles coming in for feeding. Then it was up to the condo for dinner and calling it a night.

    Happy Trails,
    Chuck and Sheila Noel

    Squaring the triangle

    A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Aug 08, 2014

    35 photos

    ... from Hawaii 5-0 on my ipod as I watched the surfers stand at the coast watching for a wave worth the effort. It was the probably the theme tune that didn't help how funny they look, standing there until they dash into the ocean hurling themselves at the teetering wave that comes crash-bang-walloping upon them. Legs, boards and bubbles everywhere. The life guard comes over the tannoy to warn them of the shore break and the broken backs and necks he has seen 'Shore BREAK is 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 ...

    Petroglyphs around Maui

    A travel blog entry by ctynui on May 25, 2014

    27 photos

    ... to the bay and learned about the canoe storage in the lava rocks. They would build up walls to hide their canoes in, so they could not be seen from the land or the ocean. They would also make a place to store fishing equipment in. This would make it easy for them to get their canoes in the water incase of an attack. We also saw a natural "boat ramp". After all our hard work hiking in the lava fields we ate lunch next to the freshwater pond, and watched the birds. ...

    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 ...