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Maui, Hawaii - All You Need to Know Before You Go | It's hard planning a trip to a place you've never been and I had so many questions when I was planning my first trip - what part of the island should I stay at? Should I spend time in different areas or just one? Can I do the Road to Hana in a day? Should I stay in a condo or a hotel? Do I really need a rental car? So many questions! I'm going to answer all of these plus provide some fabulous suggestions of what to see, do and eat a

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Punta Cana - 10 Things to Know Before You Go

CHECK OUT MY FULL TRAVEL GUIDE TO PUNTA CANA HERE Punta Cana, Dominican Republic has everything you want in a relaxing vacation - sun, crystal clear water, white sands, swaying palm trees and floofy umbrella drinks. BUT before you take off, there's some important Type A details that you need to know to ensure the perfect getaway... 1. AIRPORT VISITOR FEE Each visitor going through the Punta Cana International Airport is required to pay $10 as a visitor fee prior to hitting…

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Five Things You Should Do in Maui (And One You Really Shouldn't!!!)

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On Maui, the major beach resorts are on West and South Maui where you’ll beautiful beaches almost anywhere you look. In those resort areas, you’ll find a range of accommodations from budget hotels and condos to 5-star hotels. To get an idea of how the two major resort areas compare, use this...

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Eating in Maui with kids

We initially looked for condos to rent while in Maui but with the added cleaning fee and most of them requiring 4 day minimum stays, our schedule and meeti

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Honua Kai resort in Maui. This is a great family friendly condo resort just north of Kaanapali Beach offering all the amenities of a hotel property.

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Maui, Hawaii - All You Need to Know Before You Go | It's hard planning a trip to a place you've never been and I had so many questions when I was planning my first trip - what part of the island should I stay at? Should I spend time in different areas or just one? Can I do the Road to Hana in a day? Should I stay in a condo or a hotel? Do I really need a rental car? So many questions! I'm going to answer all of these plus provide some fabulous suggestions of what to see, do and eat a

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