Makani Oluolu Cottage

Address: 925 Kaupakalua Rd., Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, 96708, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Haiku


A travel blog entry by cpottinger on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... age, the pineapple plants get older they are smaller and sweeter.  So, lesson learned, respect the pineapple and pick the smaller ones! Tomorrow is my big BDay.  I am tired today.  Long day but super fun.  A few pics to share. Tomorrow, a ton of relaxing and then to the "Grand Tasting"at the Kapalua Food and Wine Festival.  Super excited.  Lovin' my time here and my bro.  Good day planned for tomorrow. Love, Carrie ...

Da Kine Coast

A travel blog entry by oski on Mar 27, 2015

10 photos

... we were starting to sweat and were feeling ready to jump into the water as soon as possible. We passed back through the little town in the valley and a woman sitting in a lawn chair at the edge of the road hollered to us as we drove by. This time we could hear her offering us some "Island Buds," so we understood that the guy yelling to us before wasn't telling us to pound sand, but proposing a retail transaction. Even though I've lived in a state ...


A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Dec 06, 2014

6 photos

... there. They also had local artists set up under the tree, like they did last weekend. They also had entertainment, hula drummers and dancers, and later a school band playing Christmas carols. We headed down to the water at sunset, and were a little disappointed, in Lahaina the sun sets behind another of the islands, so it wasn't quite as spectacular as we have been accustomed to here in Kihei. Then we headed back to the Banyan tree - ...

Honolua Bay

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Aug 25, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... until it attached itself to some rocks, so by the time I got there he could point it out to me! WOW! Once it was camouflaged it was very difficult not only to see but also to tell it was an octopus. I did repeated surface dives trying to get down close enough to get a decent photo. We called to two passing snorkelers to come see the octopus. The four of us hung around it for a bit and we told them to keep an eye out for the turtle.

Okay, now we really ...

A little bit of everything Hawaiian

A travel blog entry by russelljfriesen on May 04, 2014

6 photos

Today was a sampler of many things Hawaiian for us.

We started the day with Macadamia Nut pancakes on the Lanai overlooking the ocean. We then went for a long walk on the coastal hiking trail, discovering a new wild beach on the way. Following winter both Myra and I are not in the best shape but the hiking diving and snorkeling is shaping us up rapidly though not without some pain.

We relaxed ...

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