Camp Aloha Bed & Breakfast

Address: 84-5210 Painted Church Road, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704 , United States | B&B
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      Honolulu, Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by rdumler on Jan 22, 2015

      16 photos

      ... the Haka to intimidate their opponents - and effectively! I enjoyed the dances with the sticks and the balls, poi, ' and their art which employed a lot of reddish brown and black and the designs were attractive. - Tonga was a great show. They are supposedly the most fun and the show was just that. They shared their culture of drumming but with audience participation, willing or unwilling... There was a lot of laughter - We saw a ...

      Sayin goodbye

      A travel blog entry by cynthiabraka on Sep 13, 2014

      2 photos

      ... day, cleaning what didn't get cleaned or was left to clean because Wednesday Sept 24th........ is...... the......
      Arrival Day. 70+ people arrive at Kona International Airport beginning early morning and I think the last pick up is around 10pm..... Oh My, 70 new faces from Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Netherlands, China, South Korea, Canada, Germany and Switzerland. Oh and 12 from the USA too. I love welcoming these young people to YWAM and ...

      Happy Hawaiian Birthday

      A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jun 03, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... after, a larger boat arrived with a big light on the back. And that's when I saw them! Words cannot properly describe the magical experience it was to encounter these magnificent creatures in the 'wild', to swim so close to them I could have touched them if I had wanted to. I'm still half wondering whether I should repeat my experience by signing up for one of the organised dives, just so I could do it again without the tiring swim back to a spot where I could climb back ...

      Last full day in paradise

      A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Feb 18, 2014

      5 photos

      ... little meat.

      I am almost all packed. As usual, I way over packed our clothes. I probably used less than half what we brought and did not use the snorkel gear at all. With washer and dryer in the unit, I did laundry almost every day. Next time I will do better. Really hope to come back here with SS and Caleb some day and enjoy all this with them!

      Our flight tomorrow is around 2pm and we will get to San Francisco around 9pm local time.

      Bye bye Hawaii! Until next time!

      Captain Cook

      A travel blog entry by barbo on Dec 12, 2013

      16 photos

      ... harvest festival for the Polynesian god Lono, and coincidentally the form of Cook's ship, sails and rigging, resembled certain significant artefacts that formed part of the season of worship. On the beach, we saw the monument where Captain Cook buried one of his men which was the first English service in Hawaii. After a month's stay, he resumed his exploration however, the ship's foremast broke, so the ships returned for ...