Sandpiper Village

4470 Pepelani Loop, Princeville, Hawaii, 96722, United States
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Forum Posts

Traveling Distance

by cabmorr

Does anyone know the miles between SFO Airport & OGG Airport?
I need to plan a family trip (5 people) for January 2006 & I'm wondering if a mileage visa would help in earning mileage & using it to get good ticket fares.

Re: Traveling Distance

by JustAnotherTourist

Hmm, if I understand your question correctly, you could go the web site of the airline you are likely to fly and plug in the two cities. I know Continental's web site lists the mileage for each segment in the search results. Hope this helps.

Also, saw this web site, but no idea if these are good prices are if the web site is legit:

http://www.allabouthawaii.com/specials/05012/nwsfo.htm

Re: Traveling Distance

by kansastraveler

If I understand your question correctly, you will have to have a huge amount of airline miles to redeem for free tickets - I just did this for Delta and it is 35,000 miles for a free ticket to Hawaii. I also have a family of 5 so had to have 105,000 miles and then buy 2 tickets. Keep in mind that once you do have enough miles, the open seats for these tickets are limited. Delta's first opening this year was after August 29. Of course it's harder around holiday time. A mileage visa can help if you are planning to charge ALOT, and quickly so you can reserve your seats. Good luck!

Re: Traveling Distance

by JustAnotherTourist

By the way, you may be interested in the suggestions regarding the posting by giampiero6 in the World Forum on 1/17, (about which credit cards are the best deals - very interesting).

Travel Tips for Kahului

I used to be a 'forecaster'...

by kahiwa

I used to be a 'forecaster' for a telecommunications company, and travelled to Maui to literally count houses (to determine growth rates for subdivisions). I got to drive to places people don't usually go. In Kahului, find the Heiau (sacred temple) that's located on a bluff, accessible from a residential subdivision. It's difficult to describe how to get there, but the subdivision is located behind the Wailuku Industrial Subdivision (in fact the heiau overlooks the subdivision and the entire bay). Don't disturb anything, but read the plaques that explain the significance of this temple to ancient Hawaiian culture. By the way, the heiau looks like a bunch of stone walls or piles of rocks, but it was the base for a place of worship and sacrifice. While you're in the area, look around at the houses, especially at any vacant lots in the subdivision. The ground is all sand. This area of Kahului is comprised entirely of sand dunes, and all you get when you dig is beautiful white sand. The place was gorgeous when it was under construction.

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Address: 4470 Pepelani Loop, Princeville, Hawaii, 96722, United States