Macadamia Meadows Farm Bed & Breakfast

Address: P.O. Box 756, Naalehu, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96772, United States | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located on P.O. Box 756, Naalehu, is near Kula Kai Caverns and Lava Tubes.
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    Travel Blogs from Naalehu

    "One life, live free, big dreams"

    A travel blog entry by nessandjess on May 02, 2015

    7 photos

    ... that just wasn't an option by this point. I launched off the edge and let out the most pathetic big-girl's-blouse scream you've ever heard! Needless to say, I was the only loser who had screamed on the way down, but hey, I'd done it. I'm not sure whether I held my breath from the top or when I hit the water, but I'm pretty sure I did a few 'oh my god' 'oh my god's' after the screaming, and attempted to keep my arms straight up in the air like a 'pencil'. On hindsight I should ...

    Turned into a spectacular day

    A travel blog entry by bbusch on Jan 23, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the first Polynesians to arrive in the Hawaiian Islands disembarked here at Ka Lae somewhere between 400 and 800 A.D. There are ruins of heiau (temples), fishing shrines and other cultural vestiges found here. The offshore currents and winds are notoriously powerful here and mariners from the first Polynesians to today’s locals have devised clever ways of plying the rich fishing grounds without being swept away. For instance, you’ll find rock loops carved through the ...

    Day 25 - Snorkels and Ice

    A travel blog entry by dougndev on Nov 12, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... dated back to before the 1500's. When we arrived, we looked around the site, which was protected area to commemorate the original Polynesian people's who lived on the island before western settlers arrived. It was also free to get in as it was Veterans Day in the US. Palm trees everywhere, with temples and structures built in to the black rock. I felt like we had stepped into the image of Hawaii I had in mind before we arrived. We even saw a turtle! It was ...

    Last full day in Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by john_chris on Feb 02, 2014

    26 photos

    ... All originally Polynesian?

    By this time we were ready for some fun – proper fun. Enough of the culture bit. We could see people snorkelling in the bay alongside the State Park so we went off to investigate. Shallow water, in a bay, and few waves breaking over a protective reef, all looking good. So we decided the time was right and we took to the water to do some snorkelling. As we were getting in, a guy coming out of the water warned us that he thought ...

    Off to see a volcano

    A travel blog entry by john_chris on Feb 01, 2014

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... the complete tectonic plate story, the history of Big Island, the number of climatic regions; it has 11 of a possible 13, the make up of the flora in each climate zone and much, much more. We had a brief rest bite, when we stopped for coffee at a place that had more types of doughnuts than I have ever seen before, the pink guava can be recommended, and then our education continued until we reached the National Park. We stopped at the ...