The Captain's Retreat

Address: Keomoku Road, Lanai City, Lanai, Hawaii, 96763, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on Keomoku Road, Lanai City, is near Mike Carroll Gallery, Dis 'N Dat, Cavendish Golf Course, and Richard's Shopping Center.
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Travel Blogs from Lanai City

Aloha from Maui

A travel blog entry by suejohnston22 on Dec 29, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... on. We had a seat in the third row, mid stage. And along with a lot of much older people we had a great time. We do like Lahaina, which is on old whaling village. Has lots of historical buildings and very well preserved. Lots of art galleries and restaurants. People queue up along the street for what seems like hours waiting to be called into the restaurant...except at Bubba Gumps, where you can browse in the store for the extent of your wait! No...we didn't go ...

Hawaiian Cruise-Nawiliwili, Kaua'i

A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Oct 09, 2014

6 photos

... through free of charge. She sells her fruit and vegetables at the Farmers Market and raises Brangus beef cattle on her property, we saw some on her property as well as normal cows. We saw some fun clips of Blue Hawaii, Rockahula, Moonlight Swim, Beach Party, Can't Help Falling and Aloha Oe. Also saw the Raiders of the Lost Arc, Rolling Stone scene. Finally, we don't have to listen to this guy talk through all the film clips. We stopped for a final photo opportunity across ...

A few days exploring Maui

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 28, 2014

6 comments, 64 photos

... br> The park is located in a deep, steep-walled valley in the western, smaller volcano. Being on the windward side of the mountain, it is green and lush, with running water and bridges over streams. The main feature of the park is the Iao Needle, a 365-metre high natural rock outlier from the main range. It doesn't seem to be a volcanic plug, just a peak created by erosion. We climb up steps to a vantage point, but it doesn't really change the view of the needle, but ...


A travel blog entry by barbo on Dec 09, 2013

18 photos

... the former homes of early missionaries, prisons built for rowdy sailors and the largest banyan tree in the U.S., covering an acre. We drove along the coast through Maalaea where the non coast side was very arid, rugged and stony and undeveloped. There was a wind farm here as the prevailing winds from the north are funnelled between the mountains. As we drove over the low isthmus separating the mountain masses of west and ...

Lily's 11th Birthday!!

A travel blog entry by lakegirl on Aug 03, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... the boat for snorkel training and when we finished, couldn't find Bill (119 of us on the boat. - I know that because they always were counting us! :-) ) So, they put a slide into the water and Lily put her fins on, sat down backwards on the slide as instructed turned around, held her mask as instructed and went right in! Oh oh, my turn. I am hesitant, the slide looks scary but Lily is in the water and I have to go to her! So, I sit on the slide, hold my mask on my face and go! ...