Paniolo Hale

Address: Kakaako Rd, Maunaloa, Molokai, Hawaii, 96770, United States | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Maunaloa

Lana'i Paradise

A travel blog entry by dudeonthemove on Mar 05, 2013

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... were here! Onward ho!

Welcome to Lana'i!

Like a bat out of hell, the passengers vacated the ferry, and right near the dock, I spotted a MEO (Maui Economic Opportunity - aka "free") bus! "Yay!", I cheered. So, I went over and said hello to the driver and asked if there were MEO buses on Lana'i and if she could give me a ride to the beach.

Really, I was being a lazy ass because from the ferry dock to the beach/campground is a mere ...

South-East Maui to South Moloka'i

A travel blog entry by stefanlofgren on Dec 05, 2012

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... we were being called to board our little single engine Cessna Caravan! We walked out onto the tarmac and were greeted and boarded by the captain and copilot. There were six people on board the airplane. That's the volume of tourists that Molokai evidently sees. The skies were full of low clouds. I could see that we never really got more than 2500 feet MSL by looking at the altimeter and Garmin 530 GPS in the cockpit. We diverted around the northside of Molokai ...

The Last Resort

A travel blog entry by sanjon on Dec 01, 2012

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... like it was built as a hotel and condo combo, but the hotel failed and the condos seem mostly empty. The hotel buildings are ramshackle and slowly succumbing to time and a tropical climate. The golf course has been abandoned and the various hotel facilities are shuttered or falling down. The carpenter bees are having a field day. There are some cars in the lots (and a few that are going the same way as the hotel buildings), so a few people were unfortunate enough ...

We got Moloka’i-ed

A travel blog entry by s.s.hill on Jul 02, 2012

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... whole experience. Great molasses cookies to try there, but not forgiving on a stomach that hadn’t had sugar in quite some time.Sam had wanted to go golfing but he got a blister on his hand from a coconut so that was out. We tried to eat at the restaurant that the bakery owners ran, perhaps we could at least try non-fresh bread product. Nope, the only day they are closed is Tuesday. That day. We drove around before paying $5.34 for ...

Tracing the steps of Father Damien

A travel blog entry by andrewy on May 16, 2011

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... Damien.

The mule ride down the cliff was spectacular but nerve wrecking. There are 26 switch backs and 1400 feet drop. Angela's mule love to stay up front while my mule Chevy kept eating onthe way down. The view was just amazing as the sea cliff dropped off into the ocean. The toughest thing for me is NOT the fear of heights but the constant bombardment of the saddle against my inner thigh. The trainers taught me to "stand up" while going down ...