Hale Akua Garden Farm

Huelo, Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, 96708 , United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Haiku


A travel blog entry by kolinger3 on Jul 16, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

aloha another great day to kick it off i had some raisin bran and a half of a blueberry muffin then went to the beach and snorkeled saw some very pretty fish then we went to lahaina we got a couple things but i got a tattoo (not a real one) it was the Hawaiian flag it looked very cool and it was then we went to cool cat its the best hamburgers on Maui it really seemed like it i got the don ho it was a burger with pineapple and ...

Day 13

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 07, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... interesting its the Canadian resort :-) I found a place to rent paddle boards it's north of us in a quiet bay so it is getting closer to reality now.

I'm happy to report I have recovered fully from the nasty corn poisoning thing. Had a fantastic day. Went for a great walk all the way to Black Rock Beach, along the way I found a great "Cafe" Castaway Cafe they call them selves wow...rated by Wine Spectator level 2 ...

Getting sea legs

A travel blog entry by traveleasy on May 25, 2013

3 photos

Tina's back was pretty bad this morning. We had booked a transfer to the ship. We stayed in the room quite some time and then checked out about 11am. Thinking that we were being unkind if anyone else wanted to check in.

We went to Maccas to kill time and I had a 'brain freeze' drink. I didn't even have to ask for it by its proper name - she recognised the words.

Pickup was 20 minutes late because of ...

Kula to Hana

A travel blog entry by stefanlofgren on Dec 01, 2012

12 photos

... across and a beautiful butterfly. Not far after that, there was an obscure parking area with nothing notable to do, but right across the road from it was a cave, barely noticeable. We went in it. Linnea led the way. We were quite impressed. Give me the flashlight, she said. It was only 140 feet long, but offered a good adventure. Then we ate. It had been a while. The first major complex of road-side shops and street food ...

Dragon's Teeth and Nakalele Blowhole

A travel blog entry by mfassett on Jan 17, 2012

4 photos

... about and he provides candid reviews about sites and local establishments. As you can guess, this is great for some businesses and not so great for others. In addition, he exposes a lot of non-tourist areas, which, is great for the tourist but understandably, locals may not quite appreciate this. The book is sold in many stores on the island, but just be aware of the controversy it could create and try to be discreet when referencing it or talking about it in public.