The Kapalua Villas
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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<b>8.45am - Meet in the Lobby. Golf - </b><b>King Kamehameha Golf Club </b> <b>10.00am - </b><b>Tee off King Kamehameha Golf Club, includes golf cart</b> This morning we'll travel to central Maui to play the King Kamehameha Golf Club. We have a 40 minute drive to this magnificent course. This is Maui …
The resort is on the west side of Maui. We drove north yesterday to see that part of Maui. It quickly becomes less sandy and more lush, tropical green. There is a blowhole about 20 minutes north on a winding, twisty road. You have to hoof it down some lava but the views are gorgeous. There is a sign that warns of death and being sucked out to sea. Dave ignores those ...
... it seems a very long way from what we all think of as Polynesia. If you can imagine the city of Hull plonked down onto Barbados, I think you are most of the way there (probably a bit harsh). We are stopping here less than 24 hours, - just long enough to let people off, take on over 20 tons of food and a new crop of mostly American and Canadian cruisers, 24 hours is just long enough for us to get away from town for a few hours and take a short circle tour of the south coast of Oahu. ...
... It was awesome.
Went over to Boss Frogs this morning and started to schedule our events. Excitement today consisted of a whale watching cruise. We seen a bunch of humpback whales. The boat we were on also had a microphone in the water so we could hear the song of the humpback during the cruise. The Naturalist said that there were over 1000 whales in the Maui straits. They were all around us. The captain had to turn the boat off ...
Saturday was a travel day. We checked out of the Schooner a bit before 10 AM, and headed to the Maui tropical plantation. It was wonderful as usual. We saw a canoe club testing out their beautiful wood canoes in the plantation lake. The zip lines were running, though with only a single zip liner. We had lunch on a previously inaccessible Island in the middle of the lake. Then, we had to hustle to return a rental car and make it to the airport for our ...