Kealakekua Bay Bed and Breakfast

Address: 82-6002 Napoopoo Rd., Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704, United States | B&B
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      Waikiki Beach and Travel Day

      A travel blog entry by rdumler on Jan 25, 2015

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      ... fact, I didn't have to eat till a snack at bedtime. I understand why people love Waikiki. It IS beautiful. I could fully love a holiday with a room at the old and stately Moana Surfrider hotel and then stroll down onto the beach for the day. I get it! At high noon, we rolled out of our hotel and made our way to the airport where we caught our flight to Kona on the Big Island where Dianne and Brent are meeting ...

      Rocks, Water and The Wheel

      A travel blog entry by rtpmcp on Sep 14, 2014

      ... water was perfect temperature, the waves were high and the salt and pepper sand was a sight to behold.. All four of us went in the water. Mary and I spend about an hour in the water and met some people who have relatives in Newport News or lived in Newport News, Got some sun burn and watched the local church group do Baptisms in the ocean.

      Back to the condo for a ...

      Scenic Driving

      A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jun 02, 2014

      1 comment, 66 photos

      ... next destination. So back in the car.

      After filling up the tank in Waimea I drove another bit of spectacularly scenic road, accross Hawai'i's oldest part, along a volcano that has now been recognized as 'extinct'. Here, the green looked even more green than it did before. Looking down I whilst driving up I could see the coastline reaching out both ways. It was beautiful.

      At my next stop, Pololu Valley, I did decide to make the hike down to ...

      The Little Islands In The Big Pacific

      A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Feb 23, 2014

      8 photos

      ... a site here. We spent most of the morning figuring out travel plans and booking sites.

      Finally all was arranged and we drove the stunning saddle road that runs between Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea. The saddle itself is about 1900m above sea level. Quite the uphill climb! We also went to the Mauna Kea information centre, partway up that mountain. We’re planning on coming back on the 24th to hike to the ...

      A Day of Fish

      A travel blog entry by torirobinson on Feb 22, 2014

      10 photos

      ... how difficult a swim it was, and we'd decided to head back to Kahalu'u for some easy, clear snorkeling. We almost got lost on our way there - we tried to take a road that said it would lead us almost right to the snorkel spot, but it was an empty, desert road. And we weren't sure it was going to work, so we tried to get turned around and almost got stuck on the side of the road.

      We were so lucky we'd decided to head back to the easy snorkeling because, not ...