Hana Paradise Cottages
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Excellent location. Wide range of amenities. Perfect home.
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So last night ended well. Brian Comeault took our family picture (which I've lifted from his blog to place in mine) and it turned out beautifully. The guy knows his way around a camera. Thanks, buddy. Following this, the boys and I set up camp in the 5 Palms Lounge and merrily drank Riptides, Margaritas and beer. We told the usual lies and pontificated on matters great and small. The UN or a multinational corporation should probably hire us as consultants. Give us a ...
Today we went to Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve. We found a really good snorkeling spot there and Mom, Ayden, and Dad went snorkelling. I decided that I would snorkel the next day. I was told was that the snorkelling was as good as our snorkel trip to Lanai (one of Maui's neighbour islands) last year. After a while of snorkelling, we took a short hike on the lava fields to a place called "The ...
... of some small waterfall and stream action. I've added 2 videos of my own here - one of a random spot we found along the hike and then the 400-foot Waimuku falls themselves. Ron and I tried to hike a few times in/around Waco to kind of get ready for this....lmao those were strolls in the park compared to today for sure! At any rate, we saw some pretty cool things so of course here's a few of them - enjoy!
... shelved. Hanagewa’s had almost everything we needed, however.
This is a ranching and farming community and pickup trucks are the primary vehicles. When Cheryl asked if there was a book store, she was told there was one, in Lahaina, about a three-hour drive away. We even saw an ad posted at the grocery stores for an "Experienced Wrangler."
Across the street was the Hana Ranch “complex”, which also contained a ...
... down, and worse yet, one needs to take the same way back, uphill. No shade, high elevation (9,000 feet plus), better conserve water, and put LOTS of suntan lotion & equipped with big floppy hat. Oh, be prepared to wash the sneakers/hiking boots after the hike. Our socks are still brown after many loads of bleach. No wonder Hawaiian use the red dirt to dye the shirt - can't wash off!