Luana Inn

Address: 82-5856 Napoopoo Rd, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704-8210, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 82-5856 Napoopoo Rd, Captain Cook, is near Kona Joe Coffee, Greenwell Store Museum, Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, and Ueshima Coffee Company.
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        The Actual Last Day

        A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Aug 03, 2015

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        ... than it sounds. And then just like that, we loaded our bags and drove off the farm. We decided to do breakfast at Island Lava Java to get in one last good meal. We took in the view and savored our last ocean-side moments. We dropped the rental car off and then they drove us to Kona Airport. We flew from Kona to Honolulu and then had an eight hour layover. Normally an eight hour layover anywhere would make me cringe and whine. But this ended up being a great chance for us to visit with ...

        Down and Dirty Farm Livin'

        A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 23, 2015

        7 photos

        ... control and also just general mowing of the long grasses that grow. We can also single-handedly refuel and change the cables that rotate at the end too. Cleaning out the nooks and crannies is a must as the grass is really damp here and it builds up fast! We do a lot of preventative maintenance so that it doesn't takes A LONG time to get fixed here and apparently only freshly made cookies can help to speed up the process. :-P Jack loves to weed whack. It's a great ...

        Snorkelling with Manta Rays

        A travel blog entry by ktflynn on Jun 23, 2015

        7 photos

        ... that has big lights on it - the lights attract the plankton which attracts the Rays. We didn't realise how close the Rays come to you. You could, as the staff said - lick them!!!! - see a snippet of the video - it is so amazing. After our amazing experience - we head to the Sheraton for dinner. Here they shine huge lights into the water and guests can see big Manta Ray playing close to ...

        The Big Island of Hawaii

        A travel blog entry by kdneus on Feb 23, 2015

        11 photos

        ... stuck in Canada(mind you, it was only -5 C but it was still a reminder none the less, ha ha). The layover made us all the more excited to hit the South Pacific isles.

        Due to a change in travel plans resulting from future employment plans, we unfortunately were only left with 8 days to explore Hawaii. We decided to split the time evenly between Hawaii and Kauai which kicked us in the pants hard to get going on the remaining goals on our list. Further to the ...

        One last drive.....

        A travel blog entry by bbusch on Feb 07, 2015

        8 photos

        ... at Iao Valley in Maui and the Nuuanu Pali on Oahu. The fortress-like Puukohola Heiau on the Kohala Coast was built in 1790 prophesizing Kamehameha’s conquest of the islands. In 1810, when King Kaumualii of Kauai agreed to become a tributary kingdom under Kamehameha, that prophecy was finally fulfilled. Kamehameha spent his final days in Kailua-Kona on the western coast of his island home. Kamehameha’s unification of Hawaii was significant ...