Kamuela Inn

Address: 65-1300 Kawaihae Rd., Kamuela, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96743, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 65-1300 Kawaihae Rd., Kamuela, is near Puukohola National Historic Park, Waipio Na'alapa Trail, W.M. Keck Observatory, and Kahilu Theatre.
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      Day 33 - Mauna Kea and the Stars

      A travel blog entry by dougndev on Nov 20, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... very cool) to show us the night sky, and show us all the constellations. He also pointed out where Mars was. The clarity of the night sky was like nothing we had seen before. You could clearly make out the Milky Way, and just about see the Andromeda Galaxy. Absolutely incredible. We said our goodbyes, and headed back to our tree house in the mountains. I think an early night is called for; all the changes in altitude makes you tired! ...

      Aloha from Kailua-Kona, Hawaii!

      A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Mar 14, 2014

      64 photos

      ... Douglas, Heather and I have cramped bum muscles from long day-trips riding cozily in the back seat...that's what you get for having short legs!!

      We had beautiful weather the whole time we were there, managing to see a beautiful sunset every evening (when D & I were here in Nov 2012 with friends Lynn & Phil Loewen we saw only one sunset...cloudy every other night!). ...

      The big island continued.

      A travel blog entry by vivford on Feb 03, 2014

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... jumping into the surging waters abou 30 to 40 feet below (and quite a few of them not in the first flush of youth!). I couldn't bear to watch them but ken found himself a prime spot to watch them. we then returned to volcano national park where we had stayed on Sunday and had a late afternoon hike around the crater rim and through the steam vents and sulphur bluffs. We then had dinner at volcano house (delicious lobster and crab cakes followe by the best cheesecake ...

      Our Last Port of Call on the Big Island of Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by frankadventures on Jan 13, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      Well, our last port is Kona, which is on the opposite side of the Big Island, Hawaii, where we were on Friday. Another early morning, only we have to meet at 7:30! At this port we must be tendered in which was an experience in itself. The waves were slamming the tender into the side of the ship with such force, that Richard put his arm around a tiny Asian lady sitting ...

      Day 8 - Cruising the North West corner of Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by rowdyblue on Dec 15, 2013

      7 photos

      ... the Waipio Valley. There was a long hike down to the beach, but unfortunately we weren't prepared for this one, so we jumped into the car and found our own way down. There were a lot of single lane bridges, and the roads themselves barely had enough room for cars to pass each other, which was made slightly more difficult by the fact that there seems to be an over abundance of jacked up pick-up trucks with extra wide wheels.

      Anyway, we made it to the beach park (Keokea ...