Holualoa Inn

Address: 76-5932 Mamalahoa Hwy, Holualoa, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96725, United States | B&B
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      Found a new beach

      A travel blog entry by bbusch on Feb 08, 2015

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      ... well in the food department and won't be tossing much. We dropped them off at the airport at 8:00 and came home to relax. We have to check out by 11:00 in the morning and our plane doesn't fly out till 11:00 pm. Our plan is to take in a movie in the hot afternoon to kill some time, read at the beach, have a nice dinner before taking the car back and checking in. Really looking forward to getting home ...

      Last week here and counting

      A travel blog entry by bbusch on Feb 04, 2015

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      Yesterday everyone was feeling the effects of too much sun so like lethargic beetles we didn't stray too far from home. It was Inger's last day so we asked what she wanted to do. Apart from exploring a few shops, she was content to relax around the pool. No one argued the point! We had dinner at the BBQ platform in the breeze last night. Dianne had mixed up some delicious burgers for everyone and had made a cheesecake with blueberries and strawberries on top to ...

      Honolulu : Pearl Harbour and the traditional Luau

      A travel blog entry by rdumler on Jan 23, 2015

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      ... had the opposite effect. It brought the United States into the WWII and Japan became the enemy alongside Germany. - The time on the memorial itself as it floats over the Arizona, the resting place of over one thousand individuals, forces a quiet contemplation. It is a quiet and respectful environment that honors not only the fallen at Pearl Harbour but all members of the U.S. Military. One has to admire the respect that Americans demonstrate for their military, past ...

      Week Two: Pele is Alive and Well!

      A travel blog entry by cprybyl on Jan 19, 2015

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      ... Cornell alums out in the real work doing very cool work.

      On our way home, we stopped at one of the few "Green Beaches" of Hawai'i. The sand is green from weathered down Olivine crystals, which come from the basalt rocks.

      Overall, we had a fantastic learning week. I never thought I would know so much about volcanoes, but it was quite the experience. Next week, we will be at our homebase of Waimea again.


      Sayin goodbye

      A travel blog entry by cynthiabraka on Sep 13, 2014

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      ... Even Mr Gecko looks a bit perplexed..

      This is how the University of the Nations at Kona works every quarter. We are preparing for the students arrival day on Thursday Sept 26th so we will be very busy the end of this week and next week learning the new jobs, learning how to get to the pier and trying to remember how loud our voices are to the neighbors.

      So miss you all very much and hope to write again soon. After surviving arrival day ...