Maui Beachcomber

Address: 23 Nalu Place, Paia, Maui, Hawaii, 96779, United States | 3 star villa
 
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Travel Blogs from Paia

Sea Life abounds!

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Dec 03, 2014

12 photos

... were walking back to the car, I decided to peek over the side of the stone marina wall, into the ocean side - I wanted to see some turtles, and while I honestly didn't expect to see any - there were some right there!!!! There were about 3 right up by the wall eating the sludge off the rocks and a couple more came over too, it was great!! It was hard to get pictures since they were pretty well the same colour as the water at the spot, but we ...

'Imilao Planetarium and Botanical World Adventures

A travel blog entry by dkater on Nov 02, 2014

24 photos

... and beyond. Luckily, they brought us back before the lights came back on! After the shows, Pam and Bill headed off to do some Sunday shopping and we headed back up the Hamakua coast to continue our garden tour from the day before. Botanical World Adventures features a plethora of trees in a 10 acre arboretum. One website reports over 5,000 species - an amazing variety, and pretty well labeled. The was also a walk down to the river and a waterfall, along with a few mosquitoes. ...

Fourth of July - Booze on the Beach

A travel blog entry by henandpen on Jul 04, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... I'll wager our pace is quite slow. ------------ The Maui Ocean Center is a good place to let the kids run and it has some attractive and effective exhibits. However, it is a little pricey at $70-plus for two adults and a child. Our online reservation allows us to return again in the next week at no charge. I think I've already lost the pass though. Henry has had some atrocious wind since before we landed and it ...

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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Day 1: meet up with Paul and Leianna

A travel blog entry by ladylele on Dec 19, 2013

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... so mark and I continue wandering ourselves, eating gelato (passion fruit and Kambuscho -?- for me, egg nog and pineapple for Mark). Then more shop wandering before deciding beer and maragaritas at Cafe Mambo is in order. Back to Haiku for groceries, then to the house to chill, watch breaking bad episode and fall asleep before 9pm. ...