Makani Oluolu Cottage

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

The Road to Hana

A travel blog entry by chrisandcarol on May 15, 2015

14 photos

... for an hour and a quarter. A true entertainer. If ever you visit Maui, if you only see one show, make it this one, & book online beforehand. Friday A.M. was the road to Hana. It was a journey of about 100 miles, the last 40 of which were on the Hana Highway. There are no straight bits anywhere along this road. It twists and turns, goes up and down, clinging to the coast. In places you can go as fast as 30mph. It was a real good drive and ...

Trips With and Without Babies

A travel blog entry by thekellers on Feb 27, 2015

3 comments, 74 photos

... the toilet as the only thing left. He hopes to do much of the remodeling himself, although we'd prefer the bathroom be complete sometime in April, so may ask for some help. On my end, I was fortunate enough to attend two work gatherings. The first, in my old stomping grounds of Grand Junction, was to meet with hiring managers at St. Mary's Hospital. The second, I flew to Denver for a recruitment ...

Road to Hana

A travel blog entry by tonshow on Oct 16, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... close to the falls but have to travel through the water with large, hidden stones to make to where the falls actually are. This was a painful experience since I had to go barefoot and you could not see any of the rocks in the water below. It also became a game to see who wouldn't trip on one rock, slip on the same rock trying to gain balance and then topple over into the stream getting everything wet. Melissa and her bag went down first but she managed to keep ...

Three Turtles

A travel blog entry by dbax on Jun 10, 2014

2 photos

... and came face to face with a turtle! We were both yelling through our snorkels. We were about 2 feet away. I think he got a little scared. I took the pic of the turtle and one of him. It was impossible to get them both together. He got a little tired and went in to rest. I went back to the same spot and there were now three turtles there feeding! I took some awesome video! We went ...

Our first week in paradise

A travel blog entry by elinor.hinton on Feb 16, 2014

... an artist who still makes "tapa" paper and clothing from mulberry bark, and does some stunning paintings in the traditional Polynesian islander style. We spent a long time looking over his paintings and listening to his reasons for painting them and the symbology and meanings behind them. Looking forward to getting the painting I bought from him up on the wall at some point.
It's certainly been a great first week here in paradise, looking forward to seeing what week 2 brings...

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