Pilialoha Cottage

2512 Kaupakalua Rd., Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, 96708, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Haiku

Once again to the summit

A travel blog entry by 2praskies on Jul 27, 2014

Well... No more trial runs. Today was the real deal... Petra, owner of Bike It Maui called us last night to confirm our pick up time for the Haleakala bike tour. Our pick up time was 2:15am in front of our hotel, the Ritz. So at 1:45am, our first alarm went off and we were up to greet the sun on top of the volcano. Ron, our driver, was alvin' and thrivin' at that early hour. No rest for ...

Day 18

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 12, 2014

11 photos

... to watch the resorts hula show (this was our 3rd time watching it), appy's on the deck and what a great sunset tonight...again. On our way back we stopped at Leoda's a great road side gem...a pie and restaurant shop, Bryan bought a macadamia nut chocolate pie it looked amazing and he and the Cage's enjoyed it tonight after dinner. I of course i couldn't eat it which is fine I had on of my ...

A Walk In The Clouds

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 06, 2013

3 comments, 137 photos

... footing can be tricky. It is not a hike to do in the darkness.

We never reached the 'pond' to swim across with the ropes to climb out. I am not sure now there is even a pond. I am starting to think maybe the nephew just told me there was a pond to swim in in order to convince me to wear the least-warm clothing I have.

"It'll be the same distance", Shane insists after looking at his map. He wants to hike back a different route. There is a parking lot ...

Haleakala - House of the Sun

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 16, 2013

16 photos

... challenged us with questions about plants, vegetation, wildlife, insects, etc. This island formed from a volcano and therefore nothing lived here. So what came first? Was it plants? If so, what caused the plants to polinate? what food was there for insects? ...lots of questions to ponder. We learned that a new non native species was introduced to Hawaii at the rate of 20 new species every 200 years. In recent times, the numbers have ...

Whale of a time in Maui

A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jan 23, 2013

21 photos

This is a somewhat one-dimensional post, but the dimension it covers is huge! Yesterday, Scott and I were in Lahaina, Maui working on wrapping up walk details and documentation for the incoming Hawaii adventurers.

The evening before, we'd been talking with the skipper of the ferry that brought us back from Maui. I asked him about the whale situation in Lahaina Roads, the channel ...

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