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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      A hui hou (until next time)

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 30, 2015

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... road. By sharing our stories with you, it helps me stay connected with home and to miss everyone a little less. I know some of you (I love you, Lorraine!) are more inclined to comment back than others, but it's okay either way. There are about 30 views/week on the blog, so I know you're out there following our adventures, and thank you for that. :) Today we head home, on the late night red-eye flight to Vancouver, then Regina. It's been fun. See you next time. ...

      One day just minding my own business

      A travel blog entry by cynthiabraka on Nov 13, 2014

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... that leads to repentance realizing the cunning tactic of the enemy to lure me away or distract me by thinking of the good I am doing here in YWAM, not that it’s not good but I see how I've been sidetracked, and how the enemy has hidden and stolen the seeds deposited not only by Dutch Sheets in 1999 but of the countless others, who have sewn, deposited and birthed this passion for intercession in and for me. I am being given ...

      Where does time go?

      A travel blog entry by cynthiabraka on Jul 20, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... all also have a different part of the reef they go to for food. Some eat off the bottom, some turn on their sides and nibble at the under part of the coral. Some of the fish just follow closely other fish and eat what is stirred up by them. Then I thought, 'these guys aren't looking at each other saying, 'oh I wish I looked like him', or 'wow, do you see that color yellow she's wearing, how do I get that?' No, they just go about life as ...

      Something you should put on your bucket list

      A travel blog entry by lmules on May 13, 2014

      4 photos

      ... confident, knowledgable and helpful. Once we anchored at our spot, the crew threw out a surfboard which had handles around the edge and lights underneath. Then it was our turn to get off the boat by just jumping over the side. Once we all had our handle on the surfboard and our noodle in place, we could look below us. At first there was just one (which us still amazing as they are an average of 6-7ft wide) doing ...

      A Day of Fish

      A travel blog entry by torirobinson on Feb 22, 2014

      10 photos

      ... br>
      Definitely another highlight of our trip. And something we weren't expecting at all. We all spent quite a while in the water with the turtles, but eventually had to get out because we wanted to pick up tuna again for our second-last supper. We said goodbye to the turtles and headed off to Costco again. On our way we stopped at a chocolate factory called Donkey Balls, just because of the name. And that evening we had out last good night swim in the condo pool.