Keaau Place

Address: 15-1435 26th Avenue, Keaau, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96749, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 15-1435 26th Avenue, Keaau, is near Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Company, Honu Sports, and Hobby Garden Hawaii.
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    Travel Blogs from Keaau

    Week 1 - Mountains, Waterfalls, and Trees: Oh my!

    A travel blog entry by cprybyl on Jan 18, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... that many of the species in Hawaii are only found in Hawaii. This both wonderful and challenging - wonderful because there are so many new and amazing species to discover, but a challenge because I have a whole new set of species to learn! After our first lesson, we went on a hike up one of the pu'u (Hawaiian for hill) to start identifying plant species. This will be one of my biggest challenges this semester, because I have a very hard time remembering ...

    Traversing the Climate Zones of Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Dec 25, 2014

    18 photos

    ... Hilina Pail Rd. Amazingly devoid of tourists, this one-lane paved road twists and winds through expanses of shrubs and volcanic rock beneath a big sky, offering magnificent views of Mauna Loa - one of the 5 volcanoes on this island. Mauna Loa is only 20 feet shorter than Mauna Kea and just as big; if it wasn't, we would have been able to see Mauna Kea behind it. The road ended at the Hilina Pali overlook, where we could see over the grassy coastal plain into ...

    An exotic Christmas Eve

    A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Dec 24, 2014

    15 photos

    ... about how Polynesians navigated through open waters - little did I know they traveled with their little wooden canoes for thousands of miles all over the Pacific - in fact, Polynesian artifacts are strewn as far out as California and New Zealand. In fact, Hawaii is the Northern tip of the Polynesian triangle, the other two points being Easter Island and New Zealand. Ancient Polynesians used East West as the anchor for their navigation system, which of course was because ...

    Aloha and Mahalo!

    A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Dec 23, 2014

    16 photos

    ... be missed. And we weren't disappointed. We found more amazing black volcanic rock and the bluest of blue water smashing against it. We also saw a blowhole - essentially, a hole in the rock carved out by the ocean; when the weather is right, an incoming wave makes its way all the way the top and a geyser of water comes out of the cave. The waves weren't strong enough that day but we could still see the water coming in and out at the bottom of the ...

    Day 30 - Helicopters and Lava!

    A travel blog entry by dougndev on Nov 17, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the sulphur fumes but it was hard! It doesn't matter to me when you see inside an actual vent! It wasn't so active but was still amazing!! Circling the different bits was great but I started to feel a bit funny! After all the lava which was so amazing we headed to the waterfalls near Hilo. They looked so beautiful! And we finally landed after that. I was quite relieved if I'm honest! I felt a little travel sick but it was so worth it!! Oh and the wind was ridiculously ...