Hale Ho'ola B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... got to the carpark to find that it was about a 45 min home each way. You can drive down there, but it is rough and is not recommended for rental vehicles. You can actually pay a man in a truck $15pp to take you down there, but we decided against it and moved on to the next spot. About 5 mins down the road we saw a sign for coffee, and decided to pop in for some lunch - it turned out to be the cutest wee cafe, called Kalae Coffe, and run by ...
... to live you had to make a dash to the Place of Refuge.
So mid morning, we were off down Highway 11, aiming for mile post 108, where we had been told to turn right. The only thing we could find at mile post 108 was a coffee shop, so we had to stop.. Refreshed, we asked for directions and back tracked a mile or so to the turning to the coast. The waves at the beach were really quite rough and a little too much for us to contemplate swimming so it looked as if ...
... volcano we drove up the eastern side of the island to the biggest city on Hawaii Hilo. We only saw the outer suburbs and lights before we headed west back to Kona. We stopped briefly to star gaze as we were up quite high and it was pretty spectacular.
Another thing that stood out was the different climates we went through. There was desert, rainforest, and just about everything in between. Amazingly they actually ski ...
... without a car there was nothing to do except walk to the Captain Cook monument to snorkel.
On our first day, we decided to check out the Captain Cook monument as it was the only thing to do close by. One bonus was it was free for us to walk there as people usually pay over $100 to do boat trips to get to it. The walk down was fairly simple but felt much longer than the 2 miles we had been told. We walked through thick bushes and down very rocky hillsides for about ...
... but every 5 or so minutes a Manta Rays glided by with little effort close to the seafloor. As we watched the dazzling creatures move smoothly by, they started increasing their altitude. One swam directly below Sam while she wasn't looking, and then I told her to look down to see the beautiful creature. Another manta ray swam right at me. I was panicking as he approached, but he swam right beneath me. I turned around to watch him spiral swim to the side and away ...