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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    Travel Blogs from Kaunakakai

    Friday 12/12:

    A travel blog entry by ang.and.ben on Dec 13, 2014

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    ... our first shark (a white tip reef shark)! Other notable sightings: potters/eibli angels, damsels, box fish, millet butterflies, school of barracudas, a giant crab and a baby octopus (that we missed). Since we left so early we were back at our hotel by 1pm, so we spent the rest of the day basking in the sun. I also found my new favorite spot, which I am definitely getting up early to nab ...

    You Drive, NO, You Drive (1980)

    A travel blog entry by lizonya on Jul 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... a walk on the beach in front of our hotel, as the sun sets ahead of us.

    “Look at that full orange moon on the horizon,” I point out. “It appears bigger and more beautiful than ever before. The pink and yellow hues on the horizon make this the most romantic spot I’ve ever seen. The next time I come to Hawaii, it has to be with a man!”

    Pinky’s luggage never arrives before we leave Kauai, so the ...

    Day 23

    A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 17, 2014

    16 photos

    ... roof top area...they were setting up for a St. Patricks night celebration festivities.

    Mick Fleetwood has created a great restaurant on Front St. it is large has 2 levels a more formal dining area on the bottom and a open air pub on the roof top, with cabana's and tables. We quickly snuggled into a corner spot in one of the cabana's and stayed! Our one drink turned into a drink and appy, and then turned into several drinks ...


    A travel blog entry by barbo on Dec 09, 2013

    18 photos

    ... but larger, plantations. Today, only one sugar producing mill remains- Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company. The mill seemed to be crushing and we saw an old cane train running for tourists. This sugar mill, in Puunene, across the way from the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum, employs some 800 people. In 2011, Maui's sugar mill produced more than 182,000 tons of raw sugar, accounting for five percent of total sugar ...

    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 ...