Kona Bayview Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 83-5605 Middle Keei Road, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704, United States | B&B
 
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      Where does time go?

      A travel blog entry by cynthiabraka on Jul 20, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      It's already the 20th of July and before we know it the summer will be past.
      BUT not before my granddaughter Claire gets here. I can hardly wait, we made her plane reservations yesterday and she's coming Aug 2 - 18. Good thing it's been hot in Spokane lately, she'll be acclimated for Kona's heat but maybe not the humidity.
      I was thinking I better suggest she leave her flat iron home and just let her hair do what it will do here ...

      Something you should put on your bucket list

      A travel blog entry by lmules on May 13, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Kini, which is canoe with a sail and can only take a max of 6 passengers - there was just the four of us, which was pretty special. The crew consisted of the guide (who looked and sounded just like Ryan Gosling), another guy sailing the canoe, and two 15 year old girls who are in a special programme which teaches kids about sailing, the water and sealife (some of the money we paid goes towards this). The girls ...

      The Most Psychedelic Experience Imaginable

      A travel blog entry by jimmyfigs85 on Dec 26, 2013

      4 photos

      ... what he meant. The water was warm, calm, and crystal clear. And the fish were everywhere! Yellow ones with pointy noses, black and white ones with iridescent stringy fins, schools of blue, and best of all- glowing tie-dye ones that changed color in the scattered sunlight. Not to mention sea anemones, urchins, coral, and moray eels! Nothing was even scared of us, they just went on with their day as we drifted by. The most psychedelic experience I've ever had! We took a lunch break, had ...

      Hot stuff

      A travel blog entry by alphadog on Dec 21, 2013

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... Hawaii with Kilauea erupting continuously since 1976 and adding something like 75 acres to the island.

      There are about 180,000 residents of the Big Island. Wildlife is mostly introduced animals like pigs that came with the Polynesians, the black rat, and the indian mongoose. The mongoose was introduced to control the rats in the sugar cane but the rats are nocturnal and the mongoose isn't so the mongoose moved on to ...

      Day One: St. Louis to Los Angeles

      A travel blog entry by mcredohl on Jun 26, 2013

      3 photos

      ... after getting her milk that Josie spilled a bit. Our Jo!
      Lunch was good, and we shopped around a bit in some of the stores, then made our way back to the gate. Mac was trying to persuade Mark to buy a new camera at one of the shops for a thrifty $400, but the airport is not the place to buy such things. A pack of gum, a magazine – yes; a $400 camera, no. Mac marveled at all of the “Army guys” that he saw in fatigues. It’s ...