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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      Travel Blogs from Captain Cook

      DAY 7 - POLOLU VALLEY

      A travel blog entry by copple on Jul 18, 2014

      25 photos

      ... since I was sitting in the back seat. I looked up and saw incredible cliffs right down the road in front of us. He pulled over and I jumped out to take a few pictures. I got back in the car and told him I thought maybe that was where the road ended. We went around the corner and yep! The road ended. There was a path leading down.

      We changed into our Keens & off we went. Good thing we threw them in the trunk ...

      Day 20 - last day in Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by my2cats on Apr 07, 2014

      2 photos

      ... mountains and my kitties. On the flight now, and holy sheet was it rough for the first hour. Apparently the bar closes at 2 am for the departing city. The stewardess shared a story of a flight from Hawaii to Vancouver where it was so bumpy the stewardesses weren't even allowed to get out of their chairs. So rough that everyone was puking and the smell was offensive. Lovely, I did not need to know this! But, I'll keep my Westjet ...

      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 ...

      Five Days in Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Nov 26, 2013

      51 photos

      ... shore and then took a lifeboat to the dock. Tendering is not my favorite way to get off the ship; it takes so much time and is not nearly as convenient as using a gangway. When Greg and I were in Oahu in the mid 1970s, Maui was just starting to become a tourist destination. I think there was only one resort on the island then. The town of Lahaina is still fairly small but Kaanapali is not too far up the coast, a thriving resort community, with a large shopping centre and many resort hotels. ...

      Trigger, Stanley and too many dolphins to name!

      A travel blog entry by laurs-and-matt on Jun 17, 2013

      30 photos

      ... still come to the surface to breath. Some can still be a bit playful as there's lots of them and they can all be in different states of sleep. They sleep like this during the day so they can go out in the deep waters at night to feed.

      When they are in a rest area like this, it's perfect for us to join them. It was much better than them swimming past us as they swam slowly enough for us to keep up with them and they literally swam all around us and within ...