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We were going to do the «road of Hana» and spend the night in a cabine. What an unpleasant surprise!! The place is DIRTY. They call it rustik....i know rustik and i love that but when you dont want to touch anything because it hasen't...More
Considering the super-high accommodation prices in Hana, we were just looking for someplace to sleep for the night. (yes, even this was overpriced!) This was just as expected, a basic camping cabin that was pretty clean with comfortable beds. Bring your own bedding & towels....More
Spent two nights in Cabin #7 and can't wait to get back! The cabin was definitely in need of a little tlc, but as a compromise to camping, these cabins couldn't be beat. Hot water, running toilets, beds, refrigerator and even a microwave...if only all...More
Location and value are the biggest draws at Wainapanapa. The ocean is just a short walk away, with beautiful views of the crashing waves. You may not be able to see the ocean from your cabin, but the surrounding "jungle" is relaxing to look at,...More
In early July we went to Waianapanapa to stay in a cabin, for which we had already paid $60 online some months before.
In early July, 2010, my family and I went on a camping trip to Waianapanapa State Park. We arrived at the cabins...More
There are 6 plastic plates, cups and bowls. All of them are thick and sturdy. The Plates look like a frisbee. There are also 6 forks, spoons, butter knives and some pots and pans. You should wash before use as some of... More
There are 6 plastic plates, cups and bowls. All of them are thick and sturdy. The Plates look like a frisbee. There are also 6 forks, spoons, butter knives and some pots and pans. You should wash before use as some of them has a thick layer of dust from lack of use. All dishes & cookware have been heavily used and scratched up.