Maui Retreat

Address: 610 Huelo Road, Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, 96708, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 610 Huelo Road, Haiku, is near Hana Highway, Ho'okipa Beach Park, Maui Garden Of Eden - Botanical Gardens & Arboretum, and Twin Falls.
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    Travel Blogs from Haiku

    It's back to work on Maui!

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on May 14, 2015

    41 photos

    ... if you really put your mind to it.

    It was great being amongst amazing nature again. One morning we were picking Lima Beans and Ness nearly picked a Chameleon out of the bush! It was exactly the same colour as the branch and only its curled tail gave away his presence.

    Peter told us it was a male Jackson Chameleon with three horns on its head. It was harmless and very friendly so we took turns ...

    Aloha Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by oski on Mar 26, 2015

    7 photos

    ... only the water-facing railing open to the view. This creates
    the effect similar to a picture frame when you enter the living room of the condo, so your eye is drawn to the vibrant movement of the blue-green ocean in the perfectly enclosed rectangle created by the balcony's shape. The high walls also block out the neighboring balconies and condo's and the high rises up and down the busy coastline that remind one that they are sharing ...

    Hurricane Ana, Ain't nobody got time for that...

    A travel blog entry by tonshow on Oct 17, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... bought some cheap water shoes since we were told if we make it to the Pipiwai Trail than we will need water shoes like we did back at Twin Falls. I wasn't messing around with bare feet again on giant, hidden rocks. We took our complimentary banana bread with us since we didn't have time to eat breakfast and knew we needed some carbs for the hike. After a little bit of travelling the wet roads, its raining here off and on but might be because it's a rainforest in addition ...

    Celebration!

    A travel blog entry by bcomeault on Jul 09, 2014

    15 photos

    ... was nice for the four of us to sit around a dinner table and feel somewhat normal. Normal and hot. We have basically been letting Owen live in only a diaper due to the heat, which actually came in handy at supper time today. Cleanup seems much easier off of bare skin than clothing. I think we'll just have to live here until Owen doesn't dump yogurt and puréed goop on himself during mealtime. Earlier in the week Brian and Gai asked if I would take ...

    Maui

    A travel blog entry by heathm9 on Mar 08, 2014

    7 photos

    We took an early flight on a small plane to Maui and headed east on the Hana hwy, it is very very curved . 70 miles over 600 hairpin curves and many one lane bridges. It fatigues you mentally to drive it, it's very scenic with lots of waterfalls. We also went to a black beach and seven sacred ...