Camp Aloha Bed & Breakfast

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

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Kona, Big Island - don't discuss Dante's Peak!

A travel blog entry by lmules


... in Waikiki. Tomorrow we'll pop into Kona and maybe visit Walmart (in hope of getting a Walmart moment photo) and perhaps Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. I also want to buy some Kona Coffee and Macadamias. Then we are booked in to snorkel with the Manta Rays tomorrow night (in the dark with lights).. I'm excited and nervous - one of the ones that lives in the bay, Big Bertha, is about 5m wide! Time for lights out, and I will be sleeping in tomorrow! ...

Big Island Day 2

A travel blog entry by mcmahon2010


... vents. The steam vents are formed when ground water seeps through to the volcanic rock below. The steam bursts back to the surface through holes in the ground. On the drive up it looks like a lot of bush fires or spot fires are burning,however it is just the steam rising up from below the surface. On arrival you are able to get up close and really feel the heat from these vents. Like standing in front of a large boiling kettle! On our ...

The drier west side of Hawaii

A travel blog entry by mickbarstow


... without having to dodge the urchins. Once in the water there are reef fish straightaway. The water gets deep quickly and the coral is fairly undisturbed although not pristine. There are big clumps of coral and rocks with sandy canyons in between. We swam out to where the water was about 30ft deep. No turtles or dolphins, perhaps tomorrow?


Day Seven: Kaloko-Honokohau HNP

A travel blog entry by mcredohl


... from these animals so not to distress them, and we obeyed. We loved watching these beautiful animals swim lazily in the shallows, occasionally sticking their heads up for air.
We parked our chairs under a small cluster of palm trees for shade, but spent much of our time along the beach or walking through the shallows. We noticed cold spots on the ocean’s floor. It was like walking over a refrigerated section. We wondered how that could ...

Pu`uhonua O Hōnaunau

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe


... amazing. Tracy had sweet and sour pour plate (meaning it came with the traditional rice and potato-mac (although at L & L it was just the mac) salad. I had the teriyaki beef and Stephanie opted for a hamburger and fries. I think she's missing green chili and is a bit tired of plate lunches. We will definitely miss plate lunches, fresh fruit and all the other amazing foods in Hawaii but will be eating Mexican as soon as we get home.


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