Dolphin House

Address: 69 Kalola Place, Kihei, Maui, Hawaii, 96753, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kihei

Flight to Maui, Supplies, Pool time

A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Jun 30, 2015

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... a stop at Safeway to get some items in smaller quantities, we drove across the isthmus then up the coast to Kaanapali. We're staying at the Kaanapali Shores in 2 one bedroom condos so Jen doesn't have to sleep on the sofa bed.

After dinner in the condo went down to the pool to swim and watch the sunset over the island of Lanai. A relaxing end to a hectic ...


A travel blog entry by andresandjax on Jun 25, 2015

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... today was to just RELAX and soak in the fact that we were finally in MAUI! We spent a couple of hours in the pool and grabbed drinks at the Cliff Bar located in the hotel, as we waited to watch our first Maui sunset. Daily, the Sheraton's<b> Cliff Dive Bar</b>, hosts a ceremony during sunset in which a young cliff diver runs to the top of Black Rock and dives ...

Leaving Kahana for Makena

A travel blog entry by davidblogs on Jun 18, 2015

... was rising or falling. Nobody else hat I know enjoys snorkeling in the really shallow water that lie before us. But I do, and I told Nancy that if I could make it through the narrow and shallow channel before us, that she should be able to do the same. And so we wiggled our way through and made it back to the beach, dried off and continued our way toward Makena, stopping to read and snorkel at Poolenalena before checking ...

Journey to Honolulu

A travel blog entry by rdot01 on Jan 19, 2015

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... Byodo-In Temple. It is a shrine dedicated to the first Japanese to arrive in Hawaii in 1898. The next and most spectacular stop we made was at Hanauma Bay. Crystal clear lagoons, coral reefes, smooth water. The palms here are called Royal Palms. They grow to about 30 feet and flow gently in the breezes. Diamond Head was the next stop. It gets it's name from the first British soldiers to arrive thought the stones they picked up were diamonds from the volcano. That ended our tour for the ...

Day 1 - Lets get oriented

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 26, 2014

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... were up early today, shortly after 6 to the birds chirping in the park in front of the complex, the sounds of the ocean too tempting to resist, we sat on the lanai and took in our first views of our new home for the next 2 weeks. We found a little dive to have breakfast at, drove a little farther down the road to see what was around for shopping and restaurants and came back to get our parking pass from the office. We headed out to Costco to load up on some food ...