Hale Kukuna I & Ii

4821 Uakea Rd. , Hana, Maui, Hawaii, United States | Condo

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Paddleboarding & BBQs

A travel blog entry by henandpen


... t hit his unapologetically naughty phase until last year. Penny's ahead of him by nearly two years. It's a good thing she's so darn sweet when she wants to be. Girls, eh? ------------- Sunday, Part II: A lovely evening. The BBQ was a great idea and while we cooked way too much meat, no one went away hungry. We've got a good group of friends. Henry put on his concert and, of course, Mel danced and attracted the attention of other revellers on the balconies. ...

Hawaii day 5

A travel blog entry by aammons1992

... arguably the most well preserved and resilient of the Native American cultures. There is actually one Polynesian island, Tonga I think, that was actually never visited by Europeans. Now, I'm not sure that that means they were never invaded by other foreigners from Asia, but it would still be interesting to research how their culture developed without the European influence. At the mountain, which the bus driver was so good to ...

Quick Update - No pics or videos

A travel blog entry by ronandmisty

... that this could get ugly...our cottage has no air conditioning. This morning, all the windows are open and I can hear the ocean, the breeze is great. This afternoon, we must all pray for Ron's safety and sanity when it's 90+ in this gorgeous (damned) cottage lol.

Stay tuned, we'll get some stuff up soon!
Love and miss y'all!

Day Fifteen: Hana, Maui

A travel blog entry by mcredohl


... left before we did.

We met a nice woman who was walking on the beach, a local named Cynthia, and struck up a conversation with her. She’s lived in Hana for 34 years and just loves it. She said the waves are rough today, as rough as in winter. The water is usually not so rough in summer and was very calm a short time ago. She was picking up trash along her walk. There’s really not a lot of trash in Hawaii, as we’ve noticed, ...

Haleakala Crater

A travel blog entry by traveleasy


... The driver (tour captain) was very good and was more than happy to take photos of us all with our camera - and then at the end of the day gave us a CD of the music he had been playing on the coach. The scenery at the top of Halekala Crater was spectacular. It is apparently the only road in the world that rises so fast over such a short distance. You could see the scenery ...


This condo, located on 4821 Uakea Rd. , Hana, is near Wai'anapanapa State Park, Hamoa Beach, Kaihalulu Beach, and Hana Bay.
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