Northshore Maui Hostel
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Im roten Hyundai Elantra fuhren nachts vom Flughafen in Kahului zu unserem Hostel, wo uns sogleich Stefan Ehrler begrüsste. „Freude herrscht!“ So weit weg von zu Hause ein bekanntes Gesicht zu treffen ist schon speziell. Nach einem längeren und gesprächigen Nachttrunk in einer speziellen (rotlichtigen?) koreanischen Bar ging es …
We arrived in Maui after another amazing flight looking over Big Island. The airport managed to be even more efficient than Hilo as after we walked for two minutes from the plane to baggage collection our bags were already waiting for us, a new record and one I don't think can be beaten.
After collecting the hire car, with a free upgrade …
We caught a flight to Maui and picked up a rental car to avoid any further use of public transport! It turned out to be really handy and allowed us to explore most of the island. On our first day we drove to Hana, which is a long windy road that is supposed to be quite famous. It was a lovely drive but we can definitely find better in New Zealand. …
Wikipedia stated that "The Island of Maui is also called the "Valley Isle" for the large isthmus between its northwestern and southeastern volcanoes and the numerous large valleys carved into both mountains."
"Same, same, but different."
We discovered that Hawaiian islands are both similar and very different from each …
Next island - Maui.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNorthshore Maui Hostel Wailuku
The hostel had good facilities, although our room was by the street and pretty loud. Not a bad place to stay though. Location not great if you don't have a car.
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