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Kamaole Beach 2.
Small Sandy Beach directly across from Island Surf condo
Keawakapoo neach Maui Kamaole condo
Charley Young Beach below and Kamaole beach I in the distance.
Kamaole Beach I right accross from Maui Vista condo and Island Surf condo.
Same grass area walking from Island Surf condo towards Beautiful Charley Young Beach
walk between IS condo and Charley Young Beach
Inviting and mostly uncrowded Charley Young Beach.
Morning stroll on Kamaole Beach 2 towards Kam.3I with Kam 1 behind me.
          Beach across MAUI VISTA  and ISLAND SURF condos  
Park across Island Surf and Maui Vista condo:
        Some of our snorkel pictures
Mahalo for visiting
Meanwhile we just hang loose 

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Beach Accross Maui Kamaole :
Makenna beach or Big Beach
      Other favorite Beaches
Small beach across from IS condo, as viewed from unit 51-2.
Our favorite snorkel spot.
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Picture taken across from Island Surf and Maui Vista condo.
black rock Beach by Kaanapali.
Good snorkeling but gets very crowded.
Honolua Bay, great for snorkeling
No name beach- e-mail for directions
snorkeling
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Hi Dorli,

I just wanted to take a second to thank you for the use of your home over the past few days...we’ve thoroughly enjoyed our time here. The condo was exactly as we imagined it – and the beach across the street (as well as the beaches to the right) are wonderful. We did make the drive to Hana a couple of days ago (and on around the backside of the mountain as well). We also fit in an afternoon trip to the Nakalele Blowhole (the walk to the bottom was worth every step climbing back up), and stopped for lunch in Kaanapali. The rest of the time was spent on the beach across the street – which was very much to our liking. In fact, the beach in Kaanapali was, at first, perhaps prettier (longer, parasailers and sailboats in the distance), but the bottom drops off so quickly, and 
the undertow so strong, that our nine year old didn’t feel comfortable swimming there (and he's an excellent swimmer). On the other hand, he felt totally at ease in Kama?ole I, II, and III (we wanted to try all of them!). Virtually no undertow, calm waves (with the occasional large one for board surfing), very few people (compared to our East Coast beaches, anyway), wonderful lifeguards, and lots  of smooth sand made for excellent days at the beach. Oh...and the views of Kaho?olawe, Molokini, Lana?i and West Maui were mesmerizing. Along those lines, thanks too for the use of snorkels, masks, fins, beach chairs, cooler, bamboo mats, etc. We didn't have to purchase anything (other than sunscreen)!
My wife and our kids are taking home wonderful memories from Maui - many, many thanks for being a part of them!
Cheers,
Dave & Alyson


      Guest letter about our                    favorite Beaches
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