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TravelPod Member ReviewsWakyu Toyama
Great place to stay with close access to beaches and variety of cuisines.There are a regular batch of green sea turtles that visit the condo cove - great to just relax and watch them. Lodging is quite good with well furnished and maintained units. Value for price is much better than any of the nearby resorts.
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In the morning we went for a 7.00 am breakfast at Seahouse Restaurant <a href="http://seahousemaui.com/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://seahousemaui.c om/</a>. Mom and Dad had been here for dinner when I went to the Luau. Everyone enjoyed their breakfast with a scenic ocean view. The restaurant was conveniently located next to …
... means you have to be 110% focused on him at all times. After that challenging ocean experience, we researched and found a beach closer to Lahaina, nicknamed by locals as "Baby Beach," because of the soft sand, and shallow calm waters. It made for a very relaxing day at the beach! We returned to our hotel after our day at the beach and enjoyed the breathtaking sunset from our ...
... was no different. But sense we have the certificate, we now have a plan for Monday.
After the boat ride, Sheila and I did some shopping in Lahaina and then had lunch at Cool Cat's. I the Hula Chicken Sandwich. It is amazing what these folks are doing with pineapple. It was quite delicious.
When we got back to the condo, it was to the pool. We finished the night off with a Pine Colada.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... salad, a steak entree, and two Ras Coladas! Ben had oso buco potstickers, mahi mahi tuna clam sausage tomato polenta thing (the special) and wine. We also shared the focaccia to start and profiteroles for dessert. Yes we ate too much, but everything was savored. We took a nice night beach walk on the softest sand and then headed home for an early sleep to prepare for ...
... one" it was very nice and tasted like macadamias. We were shown eucalypts planted in the forest, smelled like home. She called plants "canoe plants" which meant the Polynesians brought them in. Most were those types of plants, there was only 2 or 3 that were indigenous, one tree looked like a sickle shaped leaf not unlike a eucalyptus. Ashley's commentary along the way was very informative. We stopped at three water holes. The first looked awesome to swim in but too ...