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Hau’oli La Makuahine – Happy Mother’s Day!

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Napili Point Resort

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Humpback Whales

Click on the link below to visit our Napili Point Resort Facebook Fan page.  Once there, check out the short video on the January 19, 2011 post.  This is a video taken by Ananda, who crews on the Teralani catamaran.  The humpback whales surrounded the boat and she took this fabulous “double breach” – enjoy!

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Napili-Point-Resort/178981666569

Website: http://www.napili.com

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How do you say “Happy Valentine’s Day” in Hawaiian?

How do you say Happy Valentine’s Day in Hawaiian? 

Hau’oli La Aloha (horizontal line above the a in La) Literally means: Happy Love Day

Come visit us at Napili Point Resort http://www.napili.com

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!

 

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from Napili Point Resort! We hope that all of you are able to come and visit us this year.  Please remember that we are offering every 5th night free between now and 12/21/11.   IN ADDITION TO EVERY 5TH NIGHT FREE – we also offer a AAA Rate (15% discount/no car included), Condo/Car Packages, and 50+Club Rates (20% discount/no car included – must be 50 years or older to apply).

Would you like to be a Napili Point Resort Facebook Fan? Please come visit at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Napili-Point-Resort/178981666569

 

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Aerial Photos of Napili Point Resort

Last week we had Randy Miller of Miller Images in Lahaina, come to Napili Point Resort and take aerial photos of the resort.  These weren’t just any aerial photos – Randy used a 6′ drone airplane that was equipped with 2 digital cameras underneath the plane’s wings. 

It was an absolutely beautiful morning in Napili - not a cloud in the sky.  It was around 8AM when Randy launched the airplane from the “point” of the resort.  He navigated the airplane remotely, walking up and down the resort taking aerial photos of the resort, Honokeana Bay, and he even got shots of the honu (turtles) in the bay!  The camera took a photo every 5 seconds and they turned out incredible! 

Would you like to see all the photos that Randy took?  Please visit our Napili Point Resort Facebook Fan Page at this link.  Remember - you do not need to have a Facebook account to look at our Fan Page and enjoy it.  It is a public site and available for viewing by anyone.  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Napili-Point-Resort/178981666569 Once you are the Fan Page, click on Photos and then the first album is called “Aerial/Resort Photos”.

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