Dolphin House

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

Maalaea - Snorkelling

A travel blog entry by henandpen


... Islands, had a full meltdown, the likes of which I'd never seen, for the next twenty minutes. Parents, you know the type. The type where you're holding the fruit of your loins, the object of your affections, the manifestation of your life's purpose, and you're wondering what-in-the-holy-**** you ever did to deserve this misery. And you're on a boat. In the middle of the ocean. Sigh. But these things pass as did this one, and by the time Mel had returned, she was ...

July 4th in 'Merica!!

A travel blog entry by bcomeault


... beverage flow. Mel and I trekked up and procured the supply and we then spent the rest of the morning drinking slushy drinks, beer, and sweet white wine out of our kids sippy cups. Also for reference, coconut rum, sprite, and a splash of cranberry is an amazing combination. Especially when rum is only eight dollars a two-six. Currently, Owen is napping, I'm drinking and blogging on the patio and the girls are splashing around in the pool. Later today we are heading to ...

Another ridiculously early start

A travel blog entry by john_chris


... and how and they tell me the travel agent has done it. We have decided to have a rental car on Kona, our next Hawaiian island and we have cancelled the transfer there, so someone has screwed up and cancelled the wrong transfer. We manage to sort out a lift with another company and get to the hotel, in the dark and in the rain. Straight to bed to try to catch up on the 2 early morning starts we have had. Perhaps the weather will be better tomorrow. ...

As Beautiful As It Is Dangerous

A travel blog entry by usatexan


... It is an historic town that has been transformed into a Maui hot spot. It was once the capitol of the Hawaiian Kingdom in the early 19th century. It was also a historic whaling village during the whaling boom of the mid-1800's. The town was mentioned in the book, "Moby Dick".

We stopped for breakfast in this seaside town and took our food to go. We sat under the huge trees on the beach while we ate.

Once on the road again, Shane drove to the ...


A travel blog entry by tuffychloe


... picture of the letters of MAUI. We did heart silouhettes and other fun pictures. It was especially fun to bury Stephanie and make her into a mermaid.

We stayed at the beach until the sun was completely set. We took tons of sunset pictures - more than I can count. The sunset was beautiful and I'm so glad we chose a west Maui beach for our last sunset on this island. We're a bit sad to be leaving Maui but excited for Oahu!

~ Lori


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