Over Yonder Bed and Breakfast

2555 Lemi Place, Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Haiku


A travel blog entry by lcgordon


... t think to buy costumes for dressing up so we may be a bit out of place. The shuttle arrived on time and before we knew it, we were on front street. Check out http://www.mauihawaii.org/sights/hallow een-lahaina.htm There were people everywhere and some of the costumes were fantastic. Babies, pensioners and dogs, everyone was getting involved! Real effort had gone in to this, which didn't appear commercialised in any way, there were very few street stalls selling tat etc. ...

Haleakala - House of the Sun

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe


... the rocks and dirt that made up this area. There were also many small craters scattered throughout the area. There was a ranger named Keith that just started talking to the visitors that were interested. He was an excellent ranger! He grew up in this area and had such a passion for Haleakala NP. His enthusiasm and love were contagious. I love when we meet rangers with such passion for what they do. Keith shared all kinds of information with ...

Lazy Day - Hana

A travel blog entry by stefanlofgren


... start to gain some confidence with the waves, and now can stand and let them come up to her knees. Mom and I took turns out there with her. Went back to a BBQ place just south of Hana. The portions were huge. We ordered two intending to split 2 between all of us, one did it, and we took the other home for dinner. A friendly mut dog who belonged to the place kept licking Linnea. We went home, watched 'Spirit' (listened to the soundtrack by Brian Adams) and went to ...

The Road to Hana

A travel blog entry by annanddave


... are a number of waterfalls on the way some you can see from the road and other that you cannot. We then stopped at Pua’a Ka’a State Park. Here we saw some mongooses and a bird that was just about all red. Continuing on the highway we stopped at Wai’anapanapa Black Sand Beach. Here the sand is black and formed by a lava flow hitting the ocean and shattering. The fragments are then smashed against each other to form sand. It is amazing. At this location there is ...

Trip to the Maui Island

A travel blog entry by ladha

... pretty much consistent information across all of the people who provided me the details. I could also see visually Maui when each of my colleagues & friends shared their experiences :-). Thank you Ranga, Vrushali, Ganga & Samantha for all the wonderful resources/information about Maui.

We are going to try some activities that we had never tried before ...

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