Puu o Hoku Ranch

Address: PO Box 1889, Kaunakakai, Molokai, Hawaii, 96748, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on PO Box 1889, Kaunakakai, is near Moa'ula Trail and Barrier Reef.
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    Travel Blogs from Kaunakakai

    Day 31

    A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 25, 2014

    4 photos

    ... an afternoon nap. It was a super windy day but really warm very nice. I like that this resort has umbrella's a person does need the shade too.

    We changed our reservation to Leinali's in Whaler's Village it was a good dinner and we watched the sunset from their deck. Bryan says this place has the best seafood chowder, I enjoyed the crusted fish.

    An early evening back in the room by 8, we are winding down our holiday.


    Another ridiculously early start

    A travel blog entry by john_chris on Jan 28, 2014

    30 photos

    ... to see apart from a gun turret that does poke above the water and a memorial to all those killed. There are still 1177 bodies in the ship and if you were a survivor then your remains can be interred with your former comrades when you die. After the war, all the fuel was pumped out of the boat, but there is still a leak and they say it is the tears of the boat and it will continue to leak until the last survivor dies. There are 13 left all over ...


    A travel blog entry by tripleb on Jul 05, 2013

    14 photos

    ... alright but I felt really bad for what happened. So our big beach plans didn't go so well. We packed up and headed to the store for bandages and anti-bacteria medicine for Brent's knee. After we doctored up the knee, we went back down the beach near our condo, stayed away from sunbathers, put the umbrella deeper in ...

    Mighty Maui

    A travel blog entry by kingle on Apr 14, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... along for a while and found a bench in the shade. It was a great place to people watch and enjoy a beautiful day

    Once back in Lahaina, we checked out the art under the Banyan tree. As we were walking around, the man came by with a giant fish slung over his shoulder. He kept walking and look it into a restaurant. I think I got a picture of him.

    At sailaway, they had the traditional lei toss ...

    Moloka'i - What Will We Do Today?

    A travel blog entry by stefanlofgren on Dec 08, 2012

    6 photos

    ... I saw that the trail had been recently maintained and was quite easy to follow, but you could see that after just a short time, it would be a jungle again. After some low dry scrubby brush, every gradually became more green. I entered a 'cypress?' forest at about 900 feet, then at a point called Haleone there was a point - a bit of a prow - with some views. Maui and Lanai were now much nearer (looking down on them). Continuing up, it all got greener ...