Maalaea Yacht Marina

Address: 30 Hauoli St, Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, 96793-9507, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on 30 Hauoli St, Wailuku, is near Quicksilver Snorkeling Cruise, Pride of Maui, Maui Golf & Sports Park, and Waihee Valley Trail.
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    Molokini snorkel trip

    A travel blog entry by myroller on Jun 21, 2015

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    We went to Maalaea Harbor and took a snorkel trip out to Molokini crater. Molokini is a crescent of a volcano off the coast of Maui. It is a national refuge for birds so you can't climb on the crater. You can snorkel around it. It's an hour by catamaran to get there and back. We also stopped off the coast of Maui at a place called …

    Maui Treasure Hunt

    A travel blog entry by kelpfishgirl on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... and the recent rain created amazing waterfalls in the high mountain peaks. At our second stop, a light rain started to fall and minutes later...we were in a massive, soaking downpour. Gavin and Abby didn't mind a bit until their treasure maps got wet. We soldiered on, finding clues, learning about the local foliage (including banana trees with their cool bird looking flowers and the elephant ear plants). The hike was about 1.5 miles ...

    Circumnavigation of West Maui

    A travel blog entry by davidblogs on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... tells us that the coconut and bananas for her cakes and breads come from the trees on her property. Lorraine cuts and gives us bunches of rosemary and basil to go with our planned dinner of BBQ fish and says 'see you soon' as we pull out to leave. This is my 5th visit in the last 35 years. She told me that her kids won't be taking over the business as they like their 'real jobs' on Oahu. I turn back onto the main road, wondering how many visits we have left with ...

    It's all about the trees

    A travel blog entry by davidblogs on Jun 03, 2015

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    ... examples of a tropical rain forest on the Islands. It is with sheer joy that we walk from the car the quarter mile to the rocky beach. The trees and vines are so amazing and luxurious that I am reminded of the movie Avatar. I could easily worship trees such as these... We find an empty log near the water off to the side of most of the land based snorkelers and don our gear. The recent precipitation must have entered the stream gently as the water ...

    It's back to work on Maui!

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on May 14, 2015

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    ... t wait for the next episode!

    Work on the Ranch was good fun and rewarding. After every shift we could see that we had made a difference. Many hands make light work as they say. Peter only asked for 16 hours of work from us a week. Our typical day was up at 7am, start work at 8:30am working through to 11:30am. Then lunch. Maybe another small task after lunch and then Peter would let us do our own ...

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