Ka Hale Ola (House of Life), Wavecrest #A304, is a designer condo - new high quality appliances and furniture inside, and total beauty outside - for a bargain price. The view from your lanai is directly out on the ocean. In the morning experience a fabulous sunrise from the privacy of your terrace. Stay put and watch the whales frolic in the ocean, or, a few steps from your door, enjoy a beautiful pool and cabana, again directly on the ocean shore. At night enjoy a romantic view of the lights on Maui's shore while listening to the sound of the waves below you.
Living room opens to oceanfront lanai with unobstructed views of Maui and Lanai. In season, view the whales performing right in front of you. There is a queen sofa sleeper, an easy chair with ottoman, a dining table with four chairs, and two counter-height stools at the counter that separates the living room from the kitchen. In addition, a telescope and binoculars are kept here. Hawaiiana decor, marble flooring, glass tables, and floral arrangements complete the room. We provide a computer with Microsoft Office Professional installed and internet access.
Dining table and chairs are part of the living room.
The carpeted bedroom has Tommy Bahama furniture consisting of a California king pillow-top bed with 1000 count linens and down pillows, stone topped nightstand and dresser, mirror-doored closet, and plantation shutters on the window. There is an alarm clock and a flat-screen TV with DVD player in the bedroom, as well as floral arrangements and a container of lotions on the dresser.
Bathroom is all marble - walls and floor - with high quality fixtures and great lighting. There is a mirrored-door closet in the bathroom for storage of towels, beach towels, and other necessities. The bathroom is also fully equipped with extra razors, toothbrushes, soap, hair dryer, curling iron, combs, first-aid kit, and other amenities.
Coming to Ka Hale Ola felt like coming home. Chaya and Tom have ensured everything you could need is at hand ... snorkel gear, beach mats, binoculars, tennis gear, great books to read ... check, check, and check. We enjoyed discovering all the gems of Molokai ... Kumu Farms, Halawa Valley/Falls, Kalaupapa, Purdy's Macadamia Nut Farm, Murphy's Beach (great for snorkeling), Dave's Hawaiian Ice Cream (Hawaiian Mud Pie rocks!), and Blue Monkey (try the Mocha Mama). The mule ride to Kalaupapa and the beauty of Kalawao are fun times we'll long remember. Visiting Papohaku and Kephui Beaches and enjoying the calm and solitude was priceless. Loved chasing and being chased by the waves at Pohaku Maulini and enjoying the relaxing and scenic ride back to the east coast. It was great having a chance to meet Chaya and Tom and learn about what drew them to Molokai. As we end our memorable stay we return wishing we could take Molokai "time" back with us to the Mainland.
Mahalo for your gracious hospitality and the treasured memories.
A hui hou
Molokai offers swimming, snorkeling (equipment provided), kayaking,
golf, tennis (equipment provided), and sightseeing.
Visit several art galleries, a coffee plantation, a macadamia nut
farm, and a taro farm nearby.
Golf is available at very reasonable prices within a half hour drive.
Fly or take a mule trip to Father Damien's old leper colony.
Ride the ferry for a day trip to Maui.
Take a whale-watching boat trip or a fishing charter.
Go scuba diving, or take surfing lessons.
Take a variety of bike rides, horseback rides, and hikes.
Don't miss the Saturday morning market, where you can shop for your
veggies, and the Friday night get together and sing-along at the
Molokai Hotel, where you'll meet just about everyone who lives on
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.