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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      A hui hou (until next time)

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 30, 2015

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... only those here but others that have occurred around the world. It provides educational programs and fosters community skill-building and preparedness activities. Tsunami is a Japanese word meaning "harbor wave". Contrary to popular belief, a tsunami is NOT a tidal wave. It is a series of waves caused by a massive displacement of water, most often from an undersea disturbance such as an earthquake, landslide or volcanic eruption. With its active ...

      These are a few of my favorite things

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 27, 2015

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... and not to brag or anything, but yes, we have our very own kitchen gecko. I'm thinking of bringing him home with us. He pops up on the back splash, or in the closet, or beside the garbage, and startles the bejeezus out of Roger (his girly scream probably startles the poor little gecko, too). Hawaiians welcome the little fellas in the house, and put up with the little poops you find here and there, because they eat pretty much any bug they can fit in their mouths. ...

      Malama 'aina (Care for this sacred land)

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 20, 2015

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... I love the Polynesian-looking peaked roofs with thatched-looking wooden shakes. The insides have pitched ceilings to match the roof lines :) The Ka'u area is lovely. It reminds me of pictures I've seen of Ireland - bright green hills meeting rugged shorelines. It's remote for good reason. It's Hawaii's longest undeveloped coastline due to the efforts of the local people, who have fought to not only preserve their culture and way of life, but also to preserve ...

      She huffed and she puffed

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 12, 2015

      5 comments, 22 photos

      ... had a helicopter tour booked for Tuesday. The park has a beautiful campground called Kulanaokuaiki, and tiny Namakani Paio Camper Cabins available for rent there under the eucalyptus and ohi'a trees. It seemed like good idea when we booked them, but in our soaked, cold state, we were not quite so keen. We had supper at the Lodge in the park, then steeled ourselves for a cold wet nite. It reminded us of May long weekend camping. But we were pleasantly surprised. The ...

      Week Two: Pele is Alive and Well!

      A travel blog entry by cprybyl on Jan 19, 2015

      5 photos

      ... B.C.! Within the last decade, there have been many low rated earthquakes at Lo'ihi. We also learned that around sites like these there are hydrothermal vents, which have their own unique communities including tube worms. Pretty interesting to think about.

      We also learned more about Pele, the Goddess of Volcanoes. Hawaiians believe that she is the cause of the volcanic activity, and that she now resides in Halema'u'ma'u Crater. They ...