Aaron's Cottage

54 Keokea Loop Road, Hilo, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96720, United States | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located on 54 Keokea Loop Road, Hilo, is near Pacific Tsunami Museum, Mauna Loa Observatory, and East Hawaii Cultural Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Hilo

    Hawaii, Vipassana, The Big Island

    A travel blog entry by i.a.c. on May 21, 2014

    1 photo

    ... equanimity or equanimity is more than awareness then the technique will not work. That and the understanding of impermanence.

    The sensations mean something. They are there naturally but they also have a significance to whatever your unconscious mind is working through. So remember I gave the example of the strings and the knots. When you start not reacting to the physical sensations you feel in meditation, you stop tying knots. The more you meditate and the more established ...

    Hello Hilo !!!

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 24, 2014

    2 comments, 72 photos

    ... photo after photo.

    We saw quite a lot of familiar plants such Heliconias, Ginger plants/ flowers and of course palm trees and some ferns.

    We did find a strange flowering plant called the “Bat Plant” - quite odd - “Black” with long tendrils – quite striking too.

    We also saw a tree at the entrance with soft blue/green flowers dripping off the branches. We forgot ...

    Not Quite Mount Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by katiejansen on Mar 13, 2014

    27 photos

    ... where is the smoke?" "the air smells funny." Alas, as soon as we arrived at the visitor center, it became clear that there would be no explosion (thankfully) and no lava flow (sadly) today.

    Our first stop in the park was at the outer edge of the Kilauea volcano crater where we observed steam vents. Literally, the earth is steaming. It was also very windy and much colder in the volcano park than elsewhere on the island. From ...


    A travel blog entry by frankadventures on Jan 10, 2014

    3 photos

    ... br> The views changed so drastically in such a short time…going around a corner we went from a lava flow and end up in the rain forest! I will post some sights we wouldn’t see in Ohio (I can’t possibly post all my pictures). We also stopped at a macadamia nut factory, enjoying free samples and having delicious ice cream as lunch. Those 2 ...

    Aloha Hawaii & Volcano National Park!

    A travel blog entry by journeyer on Dec 11, 2013

    61 photos

    ... results (you know how we do this thinking it will make a difference), I realized that something was amiss. I looked at a map of Volcano National Park and had a geography lesson. Hawaii is an island and it is a state. The island of Hawaii is the biggest island in the state, so it is referred to as the Big Island. But it is also true that the state ...