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 Barrier Reef and Moa'ula Trail.
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      Black Rock Beach and Luau

      A travel blog entry by tonshow on Oct 14, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      Today was like no other day we have had so far, we were up and ready to go just in time to watch the feeding of the penguins. As a reward for making it to the feeding on time (I was very proud of Melissa!) we decided to have breakfast for the first time this trip. Following breakfast (my crab cake benedict and Melissa's egg white omelet) we took a nice long walk to the end of the Ka'anapali Beach to a place called ...

      Day 32 Heading Home

      A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 26, 2014

      7 photos

      ... boo not my favorite as I don't sleep on the planes. But it was worth it to get here and I'm sure I'll doze off for a couple of hours.

      I have to say Maui is amazing truly a magical spot. Laid back but also has lot of great restaurants and night life if you want it. The people are really nice too and added bonus :-) it cost more than lets say Mexico or Cuba but in my opinion much better. I didn't get through my Maui wish list but that just leaves ...

      Another ridiculously early start

      A travel blog entry by john_chris on Jan 28, 2014

      30 photos

      ... It did service in the Korean War, was mothballed for 26 years, recommissioned, was involved in the Gulf War, then retired again. We had a couple of hours on the boat, which included a guided tour and then time to wander about and explore. We also saw the memorial to the dead of the Oklahoma. This was also sunk in the attack, but after the war it was controversially sold for scrap. The 400 plus bodies were removed and it was towed away to be ...

      Encounter with Green Sea Turtles!

      A travel blog entry by piming on Jul 06, 2013

      28 photos

      ... thanks to the "Passport to the Past" program, we visited these places. Wo Hing Temple has exhibits with Chinese immigrants history, big section is dedicated to Dr. Sun Yat Sen's tie to Maui. It's really interesting seeing Dr. Sun Yat Sen's statue in Hawaii. Now I was able to close the gap of the Chinese history I learned in high school.

      Baldwin Home Museum used to be the home & dentist office for Reverend Dr. Dwight Baldwin, one of ...

      E Komo Mai Maui - Welcome to Maui

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 13, 2013

      19 photos

      ... As we neared the end of the scenic drive we saw the Wailuku Banyan Tree. This was our first Banyan tree we've seen in Hawaii and it was awesome! I love how the branches grow into the ground making more "trunks". The entire canopy, although huge, comes from just the one single tree. It's fascinating to see banyan trees! We stopped for a few pictures and then continued on.

      After many more miles of beautiful scenery, we intersected with ...