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

    Alpha-Bits and Pieces

    A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 15, 2015

    1 photo

    ... turbulent history. There have been lots of influences, lots of changes, and lots of fluctuations over the last several centuries. So naturally, that plays a part in the development of the language. The roots of Hawaiian are largely Polynesian. Missionaries discovered that Hawaiians had no written language, so they sat down and created an alphabet. The Hawaiian alphabet has only 12 letters in it; 5 vowels and 7 consonants. I think this is why everything sounds so melodic, ...

    "One life, live free, big dreams"

    A travel blog entry by nessandjess on May 02, 2015

    7 photos

    ... head on.
    As my friends know, I love to jump, especially in photographs. I do it alot. But I do it so much now because one day I might not be able to anymore. None of us know what will happen tomorrow. I knew I'd regret it if I went away having not jumped off the southern most point of the USA into the calm, crystal clear waters of the Pacific while I had the chance to. Who knows if I'll be there again. Walking away having not jumped ...

    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

    ... The history mixed with the beauty of the area was great. We had a very enjoyable hour wandering around, and then we gathered our gear and headed to the beach next to the park that was a good snorkelling spot. The beach was very rocky, and challenging to get in to the water. I got a few cuts and scrapes, but it was worth it. We swam in the bluest and clearest water I've ever been in, and everywhere we looked there was tropical fish and coral reefs! It was amazing. An ...

    Last full day in Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by john_chris on Feb 02, 2014

    26 photos

    ... a hot spring in the bay and where the hot and cold water mixed, the visibility was poor. A sort of optical confusion. He also warned us there was just 18inch clearance over the reef to get into deeper water. Off we went into the mixing water with the hazy visibility and there was a large green something coming towards us as we headed for the gap in the reef. As we got nearer it became clear that the green something became a large green turtle and we were literally face to ...