Areca Palms Estate Bed and Breakfast

Address: 81-1031 Keopuka Mauka Road, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 81-1031 Keopuka Mauka Road, Captain Cook, is near Greenwell Farms, Kona Joe Coffee, Greenwell Store Museum, and Kona Historical Society Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Captain Cook

    The Actual Last Day

    A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Aug 03, 2015

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    ... and just... hopped off the boat and into the water. It still blows my mind how easy it was. Armed with our snorkel gear, we floated around for over an hour checking out the reef and coral. It really is amazing down there, like a different planet. The variety of life is stunning. There's a fish that looks like a rainbow - we think it's where some of the Hawaiian Magic comes from. We saw well over 30 kinds of fish and marine life, all while calmly floating in the warmest blue-green ...

    Life's a Beach!

    A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 27, 2015

    12 photos

    ... coming from a coffee drinking family, this blew me away. And it boggles my mind how little the farmers must be getting paid when I'm able to buy a pound of coffee for $7.99 at Trader Joe's. It's a very eye opening experience seeing where your food really comes from. Bananas for 19 cents a pound are like... Thievery. It's a shame how under appreciated our farmers are. This is hard work. And we're so used to those "third world" "cheap labor" prices, we think ...

    Come Along on the Banana Boat!

    A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 03, 2015

    23 photos

    ... the banana boat Aloha, Meg here! A brief recap on my day, I spent this morning doing two things I've done here before: picking up fallen fruit and picking over ripened coffee beans. However, the cool thing about this morning was that I did it all solo! Being able to have Bonnie or Tara say," Go do ______!" And knowing what they mean is a great feeling! This afternoon, like Jack mentioned above, was spent in one of the four banana rows. I agree ...

    Day 4 Kailua-Kona - Grand Circle Tout

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Jun 03, 2015

    9 photos

    ... the Thurston Lava Tube but the driver warned us it would be wet underfoot and the forest would drip on us. Edie decided not to go as the footing would be too dangerous for her. Yes I got wet but it was well worth it. Very enjoyable. The rest of the afternoon was pretty boring. We drove through Hilo the Islands largest town, stopped at Rainbow Falls but the rainbow had left when the rain arrived and visited a candy factory, an orchid farm and a macadamia place. The Hamakua ...

    Post Super Bowl

    A travel blog entry by bbusch on Feb 02, 2015

    8 photos

    ... plant is located on the farm to roast and package Greenwell Farms Coffee. The company ships green beans to the gourmet coffee industry around the world and over the years has established itself as the premiere source of Kona Coffee. During harvest time he said they process 400,000 pounds of beans. He showed us the trees with beans growing. The beans don't all ripen at once so the beans have to be hand picked. A good picker will pick 600 pounds a day! That is ...