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... an average of 5.3 % climb, this ride is rated the fifth most difficult ride in the US and the 28th most difficult in the world! My job was his support car I caught up with Bryan 2 hours in and he was riding strong and steady, I would go ahead 10 minutes find a turn off and wait provide water, food etc. I could see him fading a bit at the 7KM's to the end line and just encouraged him to not quit so close to the ...
... place to place saves money and that even some of the cold items can travel a couple hours without spoiling. I make Fettuccini Alfredo with steamed broccoli for dinner and a new kitchen presented many a challenge for a hungry mom trying to cook and find everything at the same time.
The condo is beautiful with an ocean view, 2 bedrooms and upscale furnishings in a compact yet smart manner. The children smile with ...
... or shrimp.
Lily's not a 100% but she soldiers through the night like the trooper she is. To make her feel a little better the girls get their nails painted whilst Henry and tuck into a frozen ice cream of some description. It's around 10pm and the weather is still around the high 70's - think I said I love this place earlier, guess what? Still do.
... also called Cheeseburger Island Style. My favourite burger is the Guacamole burger. I ordered it with sweet potato fries. Yummy! Our next adventure took us to Lahaina. This day the town was full of cruise ship passengers. I love walking along Front Street and checking out all the shops. The most important stop for Heidi was to have her much dreamt about shaved ice. We decided to go to Ululani's Hawaiian Shave Ice. It was ...
... the Albek Duo’s last concert. We have enjoyed their music. Being twins they seem to be so in synch with each other.
Tonights show was Stuart Gillies, a Scots singer who had a repertoire of old show songs and ballads. The audience loved him.
Saturday 9th March Ready for Home?
Over the next few days we are putting our clocks forward one hour each day. It is putting us into going home ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Kihei Surfside
For 90$/night it is a very good value. Good things are: the beach is fantastic and pretty good snorkling. Good size of the room. Not to far to drive to different attractions and shops. Beautiful surrondings.
Not so good: No air condtion, you could hear the next door neighbours
and the place is boring.
Would I stay here again - Maybe!
I have been to Hawaii several times. For this trip I looked for a place on the south side of Kihei into Wailea that was still affordable. I wanted a condo with a kitchen, a beach to swim and snorkle and a little out of the way of the hustle and bustle of S. Kihei road. Kihei Surfside has all this. It is very comfortable. I was worried about it lacking air conditioning but with the afternoon tradewinds and setting the windows just right, it was perfect. We had room 613 which was top floor towards one end. This made it a little quieter (away from the elevator). It was clean. There are two top restaurants in walking distance - and a fantastic beach. There's also a convenience store in the resort next door. The best part is the view from every window is of the ocean and the west Maui mountains. There is a pool with a large green lawn dotted with palm trees to relax away the day. It also is easily accessable to shopping and any other activities on Maui. Completely recommend it! It's not a 5 star resort but a very comfortable, inexpensive Maui escape.
the view was great however their is no privacy once you are in your room, you can hear every word spoken in your bedroom (the window is open to the hallway) so everyone hears you, even taking a shower with the door closed! their is no air conditioning so you have to keep these windows open and the door slightly open to get any breeze in the room. about 5 pm it is just too hot in the condo to even be in there the sun just beats down into the condo and closing the blinds just makes it like a hot oven. Another problem is something called "thatching" is done on the grass and there is no prior annoucement of this when booking our vacation. (the lawn is cut for two days straight from 8am to 5 pm for two weekends in a row, their are 20 plus people cutting and raking the lawn, it is loud and nothing is usable during this time because of all the grass and workers. Then when they are all done, all we seen was brown grass and smelled cow maneuer for the rest of our vacation. the office staff stated that they do this once a year different times but didn't have a schedule. Be aware of these things so you are fully informed before making your vacation plans at the surfside
We had a fabulous time at the Kihei Surfide...the views were spectacular! We had condo #202 which was closest to the water on the second floor. We could practically dive into the ocean from our lanai! The view was really nice since there are palm trees, a lovely lawn, and rocks right in front of the condo.
I booked a trip to Maui on expedia and selected the Kihei Surfside for our accommodations after reading the reviews on your website. We were there the first week on June 2004 and it was a prefect location for a relaxing and no stress vacation. We couldn't believe our eyes when we opened the door to room 612. The condo was beautiful and the view from the sixth floor was spectacular. My 15 year old was even impressed. The entire condo was in great condition and everything was very clean. From the condo's balcony and windows you only see the ocean, coastline and palm trees. No looking into windows of the next building. The only building next to the Surfside is across the parking lot and on the side of the building with the entrances. That building has a small store with anything you would need and an excellent restaurant with a patio overlooking the beach. I was concerned about no air conditioning but we had no need for it with the ceiling fans and wonderful cool ocean breezes. It was so relaxing to just sit on the balcony and watch and listen to the ocean. Every evening there was a magnificent sunset, which you can watch from your balcony or from the lounge chairs on the beautiful green lawn. This would be a fantastic place to stay during the whale-watching season (Nov. to April).
Eventhough you can't see the actual beach, it is basically a couple steps away. The best part, and what I like to do is lay down on a lawn chair at night, drink a fruity drink, and look up at the stars, while listening to the waves crash on the rocks. Once or twice a week, gardeners are out there mowing the lawn to make it as beautiful as possible. It is so lush and green! The inside of the condo is great and homey. I always feel at home, but even better!! It is cozzy and very affordable and I recommend it to everyone and anyone.
This is a great affordable property. Every unit has a lanai that is oceanfront. We booked 7 units for a week in June and all of them were very nice. Most are 1 bd/1bath, some are 1 bd/1.5 bath, and 2bd/2bath.
Kihei has grown to be a busy, bustling town on Maui, full of condo rentals. Most are not oceanside, but Kihei Surfside is, and what a view! They have wonderful public space. Nice lawn, great pool, and good outdoor grill. A very nice beach is a 2 minute walk. Units can vary, but most are acceptable. A lot of space at a very reasonable rate. The 2 bedroom, 2 bath ones are great for families and 2 couples, and are on the ends of the building. No air conditioning, but if the trade winds are blowing, you don't need it. Overall, a great value for an oceanside condo in Maui.
Beyond Paradise in Kihei
We have stayed at the Four Seasons and The Ritz, but there is nothing like the cool breezes and tropical sunsets you get at the Kihei Surfside. Yes, you will have to cook for yourself and there is no rooms service, but that is more than made up for with the best location, beach and setting in the world. If you want a clean, friendly, fun, place to stay with the best that Maui has to offer...this is it.