Island Goode's

27-2365 Hawaii Belt Road, Papaikou, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96781, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 27-2365 Hawaii Belt Road, Papaikou, is near Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden, Pacific Tsunami Museum, UFO Parasailing, and Honoli'i Beach Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Papaikou

    Five Days at Sea: San Diego to Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Nov 21, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... and about the ports and islands we will be visiting. We also attended lectures given by another speaker, Harry Strong, who talked about the world’s oceans, its coral reefs, and its turtles. Yet another speaker was Henry Kaleialoha Allen, who is the great, great grandson of a man that King Kamehameha brought from Germany to lead the royal band back in the 1800s. Henry is Hawaii’s most renowned musician at the present time and ...

    Volcanoes, Rainbows... and Ghosts?

    A travel blog entry by chrisandteri on Nov 07, 2013

    3 comments, 26 photos

    ... who planned to head out there in the dark to look for them.

    Were they playing a prank on us? Was there something fishy going on? Did they even exist? Were they ghosts? I generally don’t believe in the paranormal but after much discussion no one in our party has an explanation for what may have happened to the couple who disappeared. The park ranger said we could contact him if we wanted follow-up information about ...

    A drive in volcano?!

    A travel blog entry by laurs-and-matt on Jun 21, 2013

    51 photos

    ... named a World Biosphere by UNESCO and was made a World Heritage site in 1987. It encompasses 333,000 acres from the summit of Mauna Aloa to the sea. The 2 main volcanoes have been named Kilauea and Mauna Aloa. Mauna Aloa is the highest and has been the main culprit for most of the devastation on the land but hasn't erupted since 1984 with the more recent damage coming from Kilauea. Kilauea is more of a crater now and has been continually erupting since January 3rd ...

    Where's the bacon?

    A travel blog entry by mham on Apr 12, 2013

    40 photos

    ... to see multiple constellations like O'rien and Ursa Major. It was truly a grand moment of infinitesimal beauty as we saw more stars than any of us had seen in our lives.

    After appreciating the sublime moment of staring up at the heavens, we carried on.

    We finally reached beacon 0 of 6. This beacon was different from the others because it marked a path of white reflectors that led us back to the road.

    Sweet, ...

    Volcanos

    A travel blog entry by lengsabroad on Jan 19, 2013

    ... and sulphur levels - saw active steam vents, sulphur clouds - large craters - older flows that are now rock. Many different colours ands shapes. Hollow cylinders where lave has flowed around a tree and then the tree burned out. Amazing place and old love to come back with other transport so that we could spend more time in the park - back on the bus for the airport. ...