The Sunday Traveler ~ Getting to Molokai

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Molokai. 32 miles long, 10 miles wide. One of the smallest islands in Hawaii, and known as the Friendly Isle. It is. And it is the old Hawaii.

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This two lane road is on the east side of the island, and pretty much what much of those 32 miles looks like. A guide book I read mentions that if it’s night life you want, you better swim on over to Maui, which is right across the water; so very true.

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The Sunday Traveler flew into Honolulu on a comfy Hawaiian Airlines Airbus a330, and then made the transfer to a turboprop jet for the 25 minute flight to the small airport on Molokai.

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More to come on the two weeks spent on the wonderful little island of Molokai.

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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11 Responses to The Sunday Traveler ~ Getting to Molokai

  1. ChgoJohn says:

    At one time, I may have considered a swim over to Maui but these days, I’ll take a quit night with a glass of wine. 🙂

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  2. It looks so special .. Love the image with the coconut palms

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  3. happyface313 says:

    🙂 This looks lovely and I’m curious to see how it was.
    Have a very HAPPY week 🙂

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  4. Sue says:

    Look forward to your next post!

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  5. Looks like fun, Angeline. I eagerly await more posts about this adventure.
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  6. Angeline, enjoy every moment. Happy that you are exploring the world, especially nature.

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