Ho'olei at Grand Wailea

Address: 146 Ho'olei Circle, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, 96753, United States | 5 star condo
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This 5 star condo, located on 146 Ho'olei Circle, Wailea, is near The Scuba Shack, Maui Dreams Dive Co., South Pacific Kayaks, and Ocean Activities Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Wailea

    Last Day at Wailea before heading northwest

    A travel blog entry by tonshow on Oct 12, 2014

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... I did not properly research how to surf and the fact that I should have worn some sort of shirt during this self taught lesson. So what I learned today was: don't mock a 12 foot board because it's still not easy to stay on when water is moving beneath it, wear a shirt, and rent a board where there are bigger waves. There were also rocks ALL over the place so they gave me these goofy water shoes but I am happy they did because ...

    Pacific Whale Foundation

    A travel blog entry by bcomeault on Jul 08, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... and Mel find it taxing. I hope that they know that I envy their parenting skills and I find both of their children a joy to be around. Henry is so full of wonder and imagination and Penny an independent beautiful ray of sunshine poking through the clouds. Brian and Gaitaine's kids as well. Ivy was so well behaved and Liam definitely a leader among men. A real confidant take charge kinda guy. I respect that. Owen and Macyn fared ...

    The Hawaiian Creation Story

    A travel blog entry by grahamcooke on Jan 23, 2014

    38 photos

    ... besides the chickens they brought with them.

    Rats were introduced either by the subsequent Polynesians or later Europeans, and created a problem for early farmers because they would eat the crops. So the mongoose was introduced to combat the rat problem. Of course rats are nocturnal and mongoose are not. The mongoose promptly ignored the rats and started eating the crops themselves, resulting in both a rat and a mongoose problem today. Feral pigs ...

    Day 14: New Years Day

    A travel blog entry by ladylele on Jan 01, 2014

    1 photo

    ... and family friendly there. Good safe swimming. I get half soaked paddling with Mark, and we all eventually watch the sun go down. Then I spot a black hump out to sea, and for another half hour we watch two? whales pop their humps above the surface, a tail emerges once and a couple of blowspouts go off. It's amazing to watch, in the pinky light of dusk, on the first day of 2014. :)) We head back ...

    More Sun anyone?

    A travel blog entry by figjam0508 on Jun 03, 2013

    2 photos

    ... What a beautiful place, every time I see a palm tree I'll I will think of Maui.

    We were told so much about this place before we came and it has not let us down, this truly is a magical island where holiday dreams come true.
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