Maui Sugar Beach Inn

Address: 26 Wailana Place, Kihei, Maui, Hawaii, 96753, United States | Inn
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      Kickback day in Kihei

      A travel blog entry by dkater on Oct 19, 2014

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      With the hurricane sideswiping the islands, we had rain this morning and overcast the rest of the day. Also we been unusually slow to adapt to the time change this year - needing more naps and time to adjust. So we went with the flow and took it easy today. Did a light Gilad workout followed by breakfast on the balcony. Watched ...

      Maui & Honolulu

      A travel blog entry by mattccaddy on Jul 21, 2014

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      Our final leg of the trip was at a nice resort in Maui, a quieter island of Hawaii. We got some great clothing deals, went to the beach and saw a luau; a feast along with dancing. We drove to the top of a volcano, Mt Haleakela, when the weather turned bad and the battery ...

      Aqua Ball!

      A travel blog entry by dbax on Jun 13, 2014

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      This morning I got up at 7:30 and went snorkeling before Angie and Nicholas got up. Bright sunshine, smooth 80 degree water and low tide. It was unbelievable. No turtles today. But I saw other cool stuff. A big puffer fish, about the size of a football. A school of about 100 Black Tangs with two Yellow Tangs among them. Another school of about 500 of some fish that I don't know ...

      Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve

      A travel blog entry by on Feb 12, 2014

      ... really wasn't much to see there, but it was cool to see ourselves completely surrounded by lava rocks. From our point of view, we could see the southern side of Haleakala (one of the volcanoes that makes up Maui). On Haleakala, we saw little bumps. These bumps were actually from the eruptions of the volcano, long ago. Now we knew why we were completely surrounded by a lava field, because the ...


      A travel blog entry by crossingtheline on Sep 30, 2013

      ... across valleys, gorges and the sea. Part of this area was used in the filming of Jurassic Park and it has a distinctly familiar feel! We also had lunch at the famous Mama's Fish House, which was amazing. Food here is mostly caught or picked that day - everywhere are fruit trees and plants, from star fruit, macadamias, guava, papayas... Tonight we are going to a traditional Hawaiian Lua'a, we are told that's it's one of the best in the islands, we'll report ...