Hotel Coral Reef
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... spot, and up there in the most beautiful beaches in the world. I'd say it's true. It's certainly unspoilt and local with no high rise hotels around a majestic sweeping bay. Not far out of Hanalei the road runs out, and after that half the island it totally unreachable except by foot, boat or by air.
If you've seen the film The Descendants with George Clooney then you may remember the beach he strolls down and goes into one of the houses ...
... shuttle and sat next to Brenda and Al who was keeping us entertained on the tender at Lahaina … such a nice couple.
We had look around the shopping village then walked across to the other shopping centre … various jewellers were there including Maui Divers getting people in with their “Pick a Pearl” and luckily for two girls, both picked oysters with two pearls in each oyster.
... friendlier than what we encountered on Oahu. Life is much slower and relaxed. A great place for a holiday. Drove to St Regis Resort - the only five star resort on the island - to view the sunset. Valet parked the car and walked into the resort as if we owned it. Joined the crowd on the balcony overlooking Hanalei Bay. Ordered drinks and cheese platter and simply watched the world go by. A wonderful night in a beautiful setting. Another amazing night on ...
... Probably because all the tourists feed him turkey.
We were soon headed on our way back through the jungle, and it was much better on the return trip. Everyone else had taken forever getting ready to leave, so we were by ourselves, following Leo back to our kayaks. And the return kayak trip was better too. We were very leisurely, mostly just floating down the river and enjoying the scenery.
All too soon we were back and walking up through the cow pasture. Our ...
... Sunday morning but regardless after breakfast, we took our umbrellas and went for a walk the opposite way from the day before. We ended up on a wide sandy beach which we later found out was Wailua Beach. Inland, directly behind here, stands the ruins of The Coco Palms Resort. Coco Palms was a resort hotel and was visited by numerous movie stars and was also the scene of Elvis Presley's film Blue Hawaii. The resort has been closed since being hit by Hurricane Iniki in 1992. ...