Nona Lani Cottages
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Airlines Boeing 717 flight to Maui. After checking with our transfer transport company we waited for our luggage. And waited & waited to no avail. Lodged missing bag report and headed off to our hotel. On way landscape was hilly with clouds everywhere, lots of sugarcane on one side and quite arid on the other. Cars driving on wrong side of road, bloody Americans, lots of chevs. Arrived ...
... the tank up the side of a wall. My Dad may as well have burned the money in the parking lot. But hey, memories, right? With that in mind, I prepared to jump into the OCEAN with my four year old son. But you know what? For the short amount of time that he was in the water and not freaking out about his mask slipping off or his snorkel filling with water, he loved it. The first thing he did after we went down the slide and into the water was to turn his face down and ...
... she started making leis. We watched her for a while and then she helped Katy make a bookmark. She kept talking about weaving for a while and then went back to making leis. Katy was watching and Mona handed the lei to her and had her finish it. When it was done, Mona placed it over Katy's head and gave her a kiss on the cheek. Very cool! We got back on the road ...
We were pleasantly surprise with the beautiful island of Maui. We were already so impressed with Waikiki we knew we were in for a treat. On our transfer from the airport we saw whales on the ocean coastline which was exciting. We managed to get an upgrade to an enormous beach front suite which was exciting and spent the whole afternoon in spa on our first night. The following day we spent by ...
... trying to save one another you need to be careful on the rocks!"
"On July 9, 2011, David Potts, a 44-year-old general contractor from San Anselmo, Northern California, was killed while standing dangerously close to the Nakalele blowhole. While Mr. Potts was standing near the blowhole with his back to the surf, a large wave swept him into the mouth of the blowhole. A nearby witness states that Potts resurfaced fora moment, but disappeared as another large ...