Hana Paradise Cottages
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Excellent location. Wide range of amenities. Perfect home.
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... path to sacred pools - in wet season should be just perfect to swim and relax. I would even suggest fist hiking to Waimoku and then having refreshing swim in fresh water pools. The water comes from mountains and is really great!
Taking Waimoku trail in morning gives You advantage to make it easier, as it is not that hot and again - NO traffic on path :) that allows You to hear birds, explore nature and take great photos without other :) If You manage ...
To round out the list of "Must Things to Do On Maui" a Twin Falls hike was instore. We had put this last on the list because of the close proximity to Cynthia. In the guidebooks, it is listed as the first stop on the road to Hana. It is only 2 miles from Cynthia's house. The parking lot is just a pull off along the roadside. The first sign you see warns you of the possible car breakins. ...
Our last day on the Big Island. It started out rocky, as I couldn't seem to get online to update selected websites with our new credit card info. Bill and Pam's wifi was down, so I created a hotspot with my iPhone, but just couldn't connect. Then it was time for the Chargers game, which Bill had recorded. What a shocker. The Chargers, who had been the toast of the NFL just three weeks earlier, couldn't do anything right. Miami couldn't do anything wrong. It ended up 37 to 0, the ...
... it to the namesake destination.
2. Shaved ice in Hawaii translates to snow cone in New Jersey.
3. When each member of the Fagans has camera phones plus one 'real' camera, dozens of pictures can be taken at a scenic spot, making family photo management a nightmare.
4. Hot rocks and a shallow pool of water can create a natural hot tub.
... and chanting started, he was hooked. One glance over at his high chair and you could see the fascination. There he was dancing and imitating the sounds he was hearing! It was priceless. Macyn was also fascinated by the dancing and after the show, her and I went to stand by the stage so she could see first hand. On our way out of the luau, we were lucky enough to get our picture taken with some of the ...