Peace Of Maui
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Peace Of Maui Makawao
Travel Blogs from Makawao
... Fleming was hired to improve operations,he saw the devastation being produced and replanted west Maui pineapple fields with trees to protect land from massive erosion. Fleming Beach was named after him. ********************** Afterwards, we ate lunch in the old cowboy town of Makawao at a cafe with chickens strolling around our table. Then off in search of the amazing banyan tree we had seen along the road on our way in. That photographed, we treated ourselves to a tour ...
... sleeve tee for me. The vistas are breathtaking as we literally had "our heads in the clouds"!! After a thirty minute break we drove the 1/2 mile to Pu'u'ula'ula Summit, 10023 ft elevation. Here we hiked a very short distance again, tailgated for lunch. The higher elevation change is caution for short hiking distances. The 30 degree temperature change and the high winds were a refreshing change from the 85 degree, humid conditions at sea level! After a ...
... but that didn't bother the fish. We see a lot of fish during the hour we were there. Our next stop was Turtle town. While on our way over there, we seen a bunch of whales. One could say this was a whale watching trip with snorkeling on the side. We seen a number of mothers with their calve, as well as a couple of competition pods. Those boys are serious when it comes to mating. I seen one whale slap the side ...
... raining pretty hard just as we were finishing our walk. We then made our way back to Hilo for one last bit of shopping for our granddaughters and a gift or two for Pam and Bill. Filled up the rental car tank and headed back home where we discovered Pam had set up her massage table for us to get some treatments after we had our left over soup for dinner. Perfect ending to our last full day on the Big Island. Donna gave Pam an acu treatment, David packed our lunch for ...
... wishing we had our suits and snorkel gear ready for action. We were on the road to Hana (over 600 hairpin curves and 56 single lane bridges) but turned off soon to get ourselves to Hai'ku. From there we hooked up with the Northshore zipline gang and Luke zipped through the canopy not once but seven times!
Tired but still time for dinner again at Cool Cat's where our second coupon for root beer floats preceded our meal.
A big day....and now aloha ...