Camp Aloha Bed & Breakfast

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

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... of silver and white domes was sparkling in the sunlight. We got a quick explantation of which countries are involved in these projects and what special features the various telescopes have. These days though, the scientists that run them don't necessarily have to brave the cold (nearly freezing) to do their stargazing, as everything can be done by computer. The sunset up on the summit was spectacular. The clouds we saw beneath us gave the whole thing ...

    Guatemala City to Kona, Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by danfrerich on Mar 07, 2014

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    A day of air travel has me back home in Hawaii. Landed in Kona and plan to meet up with friends tomorrow for a weekend of fun at the Kona Brew Fest before heading back to Oahu. As anyone from Hawaii knows, the feeling of steeping off the plane when returning home travel is a great feeling. While my travels have ...

    The drier west side of Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by mickbarstow on Aug 08, 2013

    16 photos

    ... 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?


    Hawaii, the Big Island

    A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip on Jul 22, 2013

    28 photos

    ... too cold and ''over' the fire-worms also attracted to the light. Lucked out a little on the timing of the night being the first night (of generally a month of a mating season) the worms were experienced in large numbers. They have fine hairs that if in contact with skin sting a bit, but as it turned out, not badly (much worse stingers in our WA!). Worms did cause a bit of panic amongst some snorkelers at the start and Rachel who stayed on the boat could hear ...

    Trigger, Stanley and too many dolphins to name!

    A travel blog entry by laurs-and-matt on Jun 17, 2013

    30 photos

    ... killed him in a fight on his return to the island. They felt very betrayed after finding out he wasn't the god they had thought he was when he first landed. The snorkelling was amazing with beautiful coral and so many fish and we got a special show from a huge group of wild spinner dolphins as they flipped and jumped out of the water right near us. We tried to swim out to them but whenever we got close they moved further away so we gave up on that idea and just watched ...