Kona Bayview Inn Bed and Breakfast

83-5605 Middle Keei Road, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Captain Cook

The Most Psychedelic Experience Imaginable

A travel blog entry by jimmyfigs85


... human forms. I kept trying to chase them but they seemed to be playing with us. Swimming close enough to tease us but far enough away to make us extremely jealous of their beautiful and flowing synchronized swimming. Just amazing! (Don't think of sharks) We ended the day by watching the sunset over a deserted coast line, just me and my love, a bottle of wine, and my banjo. You know, one of those perfect hawaiian sunsets that you've spent so many other cold, snowy winters only dreaming ...

Big Island Arrival

A travel blog entry by mcmahon2010

... be on the right! Quickly I shifted back and the ambulance driver tooted his thanks!! Our trip back from the airport took us over a lot of the well know places documented by the many years of Ironman Triathlon, something that this island is famous for. In addition to Ironman Triathlon, the island of Hawaii is famous for it's many volcanoes. The most famous being Mt Kilauea. . Kilauea last erupted in the early 1980's ...

Day Five: Shopping and back to Hapuna Beach

A travel blog entry by mcredohl


... head back to Hapuna. We texted the changes of plans and, lucky for us, they could make it.
The waves at Hapuna were not nearly as high as a few days ago, but we could still boogie board. The parking lot was almost full, but the beach was so large that everyone could spread out. We set up camp and began enjoying the sun and surf.
It wasn’t long before our friends found us. Katie immediately joined Mac and Josie in the surf with ...

Family Pictures and beer

A travel blog entry by mham


... of a flash light from our guide. A Spanish Dancer, danced through the water- it resembled the ruffles in a ballroom dance Latin dress. We went through a couple of rocks with openings to swim through and if you flipped over you would see a plethora of orange cup coral blooming, just stunning. We did not see any manta rays under the water, but we saw some many wondrous things that it was well worth the journey.


Holy Cow!

A travel blog entry by copernicus


... here as I am waiting to die on the 21st and not a second sooner.

I finally got some sun so I don't have to get back home pasty white. I would have a lot of convincing to do in order for people to believe that I was really here.

I will continue to travel and continue to ponder. Looking at the water it is clear that it's where my heart belongs. Now I just need to figure out how to get there.



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