Castle Kaluakoi Villas

Address: 1121 Kaluakoi Rd, Maunaloa, Molokai, Hawaii, 96770, United States | 2 star condo
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This 2 star condo, located on 1121 Kaluakoi Rd, Maunaloa, is near Papohaku Beach (Three Mile Beach), Dixie Maru Beach (Kapukahehu), Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove / Kiowea Park, and Kepuhi Beach.
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      Bags just in time, and on to the Cruise

      A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on Oct 26, 2013

      4 photos

      Trying once again in desperation the AA system on the morning of the 26 October it came as a surprise to hear the bags were in Honolulu Airport, a fact confirmed by the human. Asking for a telephone number so we could check directly with the airport was a step too far – there is no public number – but the human did check by telephone through the internal system ...

      Beach Day

      A travel blog entry by erwin_monique on Apr 30, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... We went to the far side were the water was shallow and calm. We could see the beautiful fish swimming. It was so relaxing and nice, but we had to move on to see the other parts of the island. We walked back to the car and drove back.

      One of the beaches recommended in the travel guides was Murphy's Beach. The waves were coming in hard and we didn't really feel like swimming there. So, we moved on to the next beach, Sandy Beach. Here there was a closed ...

      The Mule Ride

      A travel blog entry by erwin_monique on Apr 29, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... br> This is where it all started. The first patients who were exiled because they suffered from leprosy, lived in a damp valley of the peninsula. Father Damien was originally from Belgium. He felt sorry for the living conditions of the leprosy patients and he built a new settlement. Later they moved to the other side of the peninsula and all the buildings that were there turned to ruins over time. The church Father Damien built is the only building still left. ...

      Lana'i Paradise

      A travel blog entry by dudeonthemove on Mar 05, 2013

      52 photos

      Well, Lahaina is a wonderful town, and when you go to Maui, it is a must see. Both last year and this year, I didn't have the time to visit it, but back in 2000, I spent the afternoon there and it was great. There are a lot of of little quaint shops and pretty buildings.

      From the second story burger bar, I headed through and under the giant banyan tree to the wharf and jumped on the ferry to my next destination. This was a party boat for sure, and all ...

      The Last Resort

      A travel blog entry by sanjon on Dec 01, 2012

      4 photos

      ... just a couple of miles further on - it gives a clear view of the Kalaupapa peninsula, which is where the former leper colony is located. This is a few sq.miles of flat land at the base of the highest sea cliffs in the world - over 2000ft. When Hansen's disease sufferers were forcibly relocated here, this really was the back of beyond. Later this week Sandra is planning on doing the hair-raising descent (and ascent) on mule-back.

      On our way home, we stop in ...