Happy Valley Hale Hostel

Address: 332 North Market Street, Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, 96753, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 332 North Market Street, Wailuku, is near Highway Route 340, Bailey House Museum, Kaahumanu Church, and Maui Academy of Performing Arts.
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Travel Blogs from Wailuku

Maui Treasure Hunt

A travel blog entry by kelpfishgirl on Jun 26, 2015

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... were joined by two other families. Abby was excited as there was another girl around her age, and Gavin was worried another family would find the treasure. We set out for the lush mountains west of Maui. Each child was given a treasure map that outlined the various stops we needed to make en route to finding the hidden treasure. Gavin started out leading the pack across a suspension bridge over some rapids. The views of the mountains ...

Circumnavigation of West Maui

A travel blog entry by davidblogs on Jun 06, 2015

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... of the island, stopping again at Lorraine's for shaved ice and banana bread. I notice bike racks, a bike first aide kit, pump and pictures and place Lorraine firmly in my tribe. As we sit in the back enjoying the view of the ocean, Lorraine joins us as she has no customers at the moment. She asks if we can see her crocodile in the mountain above us, and we all make out a long crack forming the line of it's jaw. I think she enjoy's our company as much as we do ...

It's all about the trees

A travel blog entry by davidblogs on Jun 03, 2015

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... up to Honolua Bay, which has been a nature reserve since we discovered it nearly 40 years ago. Like most places, it is much more popular now, most distressing are the number of commercial snorkel tour boats that frequent it. There were 6 such vessels today, midweek. The State purchased the land access to the Bay just last year and one hopes that some regulation is coming. For me, fully half the pleasure of a visit is in the amazing stroll through one of ...

It's back to work on Maui!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on May 14, 2015

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... recently and tried to peck them to death.

The goats are easy, they just keep the 6 acres of grass short and only need water. There were some baby goats in the flock, but could we catch one for a cuddle? No chance!!

So there was never a quiet moment on the Ranch with the animals. There’s was always something happening and a new story breaking. It was like following an animal soap opera. ...

Day Three

A travel blog entry by keithwills on Apr 24, 2015

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Great sleep last night. The Westin beds are the greatest. Sat around in the morning while Denise ran to the Farmers Marker on Lower Holoonopalali Road. She and I sat on the beach for an hour and watched a school of Dolphins swim 500 yards off shore from 11 till noon. The beach is sloped much more than the last time we were here and is way smaller making it more crowded. By early ...