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Maui condo for biology professor and family

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I am a biologist traveling to Maui with family (wife, two daughters 10 and 13) for one week this summer. A quiet 2 BR condo with direct access to a beach and a pool, and not too far from good snorkeling, are more important to us than access to stores and restaurants. We hope to spend $300 or less per night. If experienced Maui travelers can provide recommendations of specific condo complexes and unit numbers, I would be most grateful and can reciprocate with a resident's advice on travel in the Pacific Northwest. I know about the big condo complexes in Kanapaali and Wailea, but we're hoping for something smaller and a bit out of the crush.
Thanks,
Eliot (eliotb@uw.edu)

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