Maui Beach Ocean View Rentals, LLC

Lower Honoapiilani Road, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, 96761, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Lower Honoapiilani Road, Lahaina, is near Kapalua Plantation Course, D.T. Fleming Beach Park, Reef Dancer, and Kapalua Resort.
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    Travel Blogs from Lahaina

    A few days exploring Maui

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 28, 2014

    1 comment, 64 photos

    ... there to Speedie Shuttle to organise transport to and from our Waikiki Prince Hotel.

    We share the shuttle with a couple we think are English, but turn out to be Scottish origin, but long term residents of Townsville – he works for the Uni. Murray made the mistake of asking if he knew Prof Bob Carter, and this pretty well killed the conversation. They are going to a better hotel than us. We do a long transit of the town to get to near the waterfront down ...

    Drifting away on the Ocean

    A travel blog entry by russelljfriesen on May 05, 2014

    7 photos

    ... served fresh cinnamon buns and pineapple juice to hold off hunger and scurvy.

    Upon arrival to Lana'i we walked over to the beach and set up camp for the day. The snorkeling was excellent and we spotted several new species of fish and a spiny lobster. The water clarity was amazing. Unfortunately we ran into school of jellyfish which kind of freaked Myra out even if they weren't stinging today. The spinner dolphins ...

    Lahaina

    A travel blog entry by barbo on Dec 09, 2013

    18 photos

    ... the former homes of early missionaries, prisons built for rowdy sailors and the largest banyan tree in the U.S., covering an acre. We drove along the coast through Maalaea where the non coast side was very arid, rugged and stony and undeveloped. There was a wind farm here as the prevailing winds from the north are funnelled between the mountains. As we drove over the low isthmus separating the mountain masses of west and ...

    TGIF :)

    A travel blog entry by teamroman on Aug 30, 2013

    3 photos

    ... a local. There were so many delicious meals that were NOT expensive that I guess my expectations for a $40 entree were elevated. On our next trip, we will find the local spots for the freshest rawest fish out there and that should keep me well satisfied. And hopefully next time it's not just virgin daiquiris!
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    Hawaii at last!

    A travel blog entry by lakegirl on Jul 31, 2013

    29 photos

    Arrived late last night and wasn't thrilled with the 39 mph winds left over from Flossie while driving in our convertible Mustang (hair whipping in our faces and map kept blowing out of my hands!).. So, exchanged that car with a Ford Fusion and thrilled! Then went to our condo and again, not thrilled (oceanfront and great views but....disappointed). So, my wonderful husband found (and it easnt ...