Bougainvillea Bed and Breakfast

Address: 92-8608 Bougainvillea Dr., Ocean View, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96737, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 92-8608 Bougainvillea Dr., Ocean View, is near Kealakekua Bay, Puukohola Heiau, Volcano Art Center & Gallery, and Mookini Heiau.
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    Travel Blogs from Ocean View

    Historic Kona tour

    A travel blog entry by reader1718 on May 27, 2015

    We went to the Kona Coffee Company Visitors Center, Mill, and Museum, where Mom had coffee, while Dad and I got diet Cokes instead. Then we went to the Painted Church, a Roman Catholic church started by Father John. It has beautiful paintings, many of which contain a hidden message to his congregation because of the language barrier there was at first. I saw a breadfruit tree, which was the crop transported on the Bounty by William ...

    Refuge and South Point

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on May 12, 2015

    27 photos

    ... little spendy. Nevermind. Groceries next. Then, we started the drive south, through the various terrains. It was pouring rain near Captain Cook, and was cool and windy when we stopped to look at the lava flows. We drove down to South Point, to see it. Arrived late to the condos, had a little difficulty with the key, but all was resolved without too much delay. Made dinner, then do ...

    A hui hou (until next time)

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 30, 2015

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... 1, 1946, just as people's lives were getting back to normal after the end of World War II, was caused by a magnitude 8.1 earthquake in Alaska. There were 96 deaths in Hilo; 159 statewide. The May 23, 1960 tsunami resulted from a magnitude 9.5 earthquake in Chile. Even though an official warning system was in place and sirens sounded, people had forgotten the devastation of the 1946 tsunami and many residents ignored the warning. In fact, many went to the bay ...

    These are a few of my favorite things

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 27, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... being landlocked draws you to the ocean. We have enjoyed exploring the beaches, on foot, and have found some beauties. Our most recent discovery was Onekahakaha Beach Park, in south Hilo. This is a beach that even we could frolic in - protected by boulders, shallow, sandy entry and bottom. Perfect for Adam & Amy's little keikis. :) And we will miss the honu. When we first arrived, I was thrilled just to see them. But they have become such a regular part of our days ...

    Malama 'aina (Care for this sacred land)

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 20, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... for their efforts to protect the area, particularly Punalu'u Black Sand Beach and the surrounding water, which are a haven for the honu and other marine life. There is abundant algae, which the honu dive for just offshore. We've seen several with feet sticking out of the water and yellow bellies up as they forage for algae, and others basking in the sun on the hot black sand. Punalu'u Black Sand Beach is a "genuine" black sand beach, the kind created when a ...