Dolphin House

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

Da Kine Coast

A travel blog entry by oski on Mar 27, 2015

10 photos

... right. People were in golf or tennis gear and appeared to be the type that wouldn't blink an eye at the $400 plus dollars per night the Ritz commands for their smallest rooms.

We waited a little bit before finding a parking spot in the small public lot at the dead end of the road, and walked along the hedge at the side of the golf course down the hill to Makalua-puna Point, aka "Dragon's Teeth". This point is formed from the last ...

Laid back town in south coast

A travel blog entry by ingak on Feb 04, 2015

5 photos

... city, and it is beautiful, lush greenery, interesting shaped trees, all well kept and beautiful. Driving to very end of the road we found ourselves in the middle of lava fields, looks like on the moon - all covered with dark brown stones. It is said that in Maui last lava eruptions were on 1790, right on south side of the island. Road ends in La Perouse bay. For sure best would be to have Wrangler (I would say it is relevant for all Hawaii) but we did it well ...


A travel blog entry by frawldog on Nov 01, 2014

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... to a friend hotel that was located in Lahaina on the west end of Maui. It was Halloween night and we had a blast. It was completely random that he was here and we really hadn't seen each other much since wrestling against each other in high school. He told me there was a huge Halloween party near to his hotel and it was huge. There was a street that was about 1 mile long and must have been modeled after Bourbon Street in New ...

A real holiday day.

A travel blog entry by bcomeault on Jul 06, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... for some blackened meat and fellowship with the Watson Garners. Owen lived up to his last name by finding and staring at all the pretty girls in the area. He even befriended a couple of local moms and somehow made off with one of their kids small Tonka trucks. We then all caught an epic sunset on the beach, cleaned up our supper and called it a night. Overall, this was a good relaxing day. We all loved it. See you tomorrow. ...

Dreams come True in Blue Hawaii!

A travel blog entry by trishandray on Mar 15, 2014

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Maui has been all we imagined a Hawaiian Island to be. We have a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean framed by palms from our deck, occasionally sighting humpback whales breaching or spouting. The bay is their breeding ground.We swam at one of the many beaches daily, once encountering a turtle enjoying the water too. A circuit of the island revealed an incredible variety of lush vegetation.Our house is at the foot of the currently dormant volcano ...