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Crusin’ Kauai – An Island Family Road Trip

Crusin’ Kauai – An Island Family Road Trip

February 27, 2011 No Comments Can you take a road trip on an island? The answer is a resounding yes. We’ve enjoyed traversing all the Hawaiian islands by car, getting a view of the Oahu’s beautiful North Shore, and mainly locals West Side; Maui’s Hana Highway and Highway 30 routes, and looping the entire circumference of the aptly named Big ...

 

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Where to Stay on Kauai, Hawaii

Where to Stay on Kauai, Hawaii

February 27, 2011 No Comments For families visiting the Hawaiian islands, it’s really refreshing to find children welcomed just about everywhere you go, from beach resorts to restaurants and museums. The family spirit that pervades the island continues at many of the island hotels and b & b’s. On Kauai, the garden island, we found several great places to stay ...

 

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Favorite Maui Family Hot Spots and Activities

Favorite Maui Family Hot Spots and Activities

February 26, 2011 No Comments We love all the Hawaiian islands, and it’s hard to pick a favorite for our family to explore. But it’s relatively easy to find favorite adventures and fun times to share with other families on each of the islands.  Maui is both lush and green, and peaceful and a tourist destination of resorts and condos. ...

 

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Traveling Maui’s Highway 30 – Not the Hana Highway

Traveling Maui’s Highway 30 – Not the Hana Highway

February 26, 2011 1 Comment The best known driving excursion on the beautiful Hawaiian island of Maui is of course Hana Highway. With its waterfalls and roadside fruit stands and the sleepy village of Hana town offering beaches that are red, black, and white sand, it is of course a twisting, turning stunner of a drive. Highway 30 is less ...

 

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Kauai – Beyond the Beach

Kauai – Beyond the Beach

February 17, 2011 No Comments We love every Hawaiian island, Maui, Oahu, the Big Island of Hawaii, Lanai, and Kauai. We’ll be visiting Molokai soon, and I’m sure we’ll love that, too. The Kauai we experienced was wet to the north and dry to the south, had a lot of wild chickens the kids enjoyed chasing in parking lots and ...

 

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Kauai – St. Regis Princeville Resort

Kauai – St. Regis Princeville Resort

February 17, 2011 No Comments   This is a good review and a bad review of an elegant and luxurious hotel that’s long dominated the hotel scene on the north shore of Kauai. With iconic views – they filmed the movie musical Bali Hai here – and a rich, wet, jungle flower setting, the Princeville Resort is known the world ...

 

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Upcountry Maui

Upcountry Maui

December 12, 2010 1 Comment “Upcountry” as Maui residents refer to the least tourist-traveled section of the island of Maui, is a different world from the tourist beaches at Kaanapali or Wailea, and different, too, from the rain-rich greenery on the Highway to Hana. Here you’ll find cowboys and farmers, crafts stores, galleries, and fresh produce you’ll wish you could ...

 

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Southern Maui Overview

Southern Maui Overview

December 12, 2010 1 Comment Southern Maui is a delightful tourist destination in the dry part of the island. It’s scenery is very different from the lush green dampness of Hana. Easy to access from the airport, with beautiful beaches and fantastic views of Lanai and Molokini crater – great for snorkeling trips – there are many wonderful resorts to ...

 

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Highway to Hana with Children: Overview

Highway to Hana with Children: Overview

December 12, 2010 6 Comments I’ll start out with this caveat: if you have a child who gets easily car sick, this twisting, scenic Maui road may not be for you; but the keyword is “easily”. The road may have plenty of twists and turns, but they are gentle, and you’ll be going slowly. You’ll also be making plenty of ...

 

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Maui Family Attractions – Sheraton Maui, Lahaina and Volcanoes

Maui Family Attractions – Sheraton Maui, Lahaina and Volcanoes

December 8, 2010 2 Comments There are so many wonderful things about Hawaii and the island of Maui in particular, that families can easily spend ten vacations on any one island and still be eager to come back for more. Maui has diverse climates – the green, wet Hana area with its wonderful to explore switch back highway; the dry ...

 

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