Wailuku Guesthouse

Address: 210 South Market Street , Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, 96793, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 210 South Market Street , Wailuku, is near Maui Mountain Cruisers, Bailey House Museum, Kaahumanu Church, and Maui Academy of Performing Arts.
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    Travel Blogs from Wailuku

    Circumnavigation of West Maui

    A travel blog entry by davidblogs on Jun 06, 2015

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    The New Crew started the day off with snorkeling at Honolua Bay, joined by K n K. Nancy and Kyle found out when snorkeling on the Big Island that they are good snorkel buddies, Kristin, Lauren and Amelia buddied up and that left me and LRC. I learned from an astronomer that the nickname abbreviation for aliens is LGM "Little Green Men". That gave me the idea for naming my underwater Olympus --LRC--Little Red Camera. Due to her functionality, talents and toughness, ...

    Day 6 The Big Island to Maui

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... of having to line up in a queue which seemed to have no end. The down side being that we were in 25A & B, right at the back of the plane right next to the engine. The flight took 30 minutes and we were then in Maui. It was 6 miles to Kihei. We passed many big stores near the airport and then endless fields of sugar cane before turning towards the coast. We are staying at the Maui Banyan. This is collection of four storey condo's ...

    It's all about the trees

    A travel blog entry by davidblogs on Jun 03, 2015

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    ... religious, military and tourist endeavors. To discourage the native Hawaiian custom of going barefoot, the early missionaries brought thorn trees which the had planted (by their converts?) along the beaches. I sit out of the drizzle, under a Norholk pine from New Zealand, gaze out over the wooded hills and think about the premise of the book that I bought for a quarter at the MFOL Bookstore, "Your Signature Path", contemplating its thesis. Why do I to ...

    Hey the wind's up, let's go for a hike!

    A travel blog entry by davidblogs on May 31, 2015

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    ... when you find them), one foot on each side of center rivulet (good until you end up doing the splits when it gets too wide), changing to the other side (you have to do this often, its not always better on the other side and the cross over can be tricky), lifting feet in a prancing like step when sliding (counter-intuitive, ***********trol), and my favorite, stepping in the center of rivulet (also counter-intuitive and often too deep). We got better at ...

    Another Day of Snorkeling

    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Mar 17, 2015

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    ... Sheila got rolled over by a big wave. She held her own but there was sand everywhere. I mean everywhere.

    After about a half hour in the water, we decided to pack it up and head back to the condo. On the way to the condo, we detoured to a bakery in Kihei. Sheila got a small chocolate banana crème pie, I got a key lime pie. These will be dessert after dinner ...