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

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    Aloha from Jack Attack. One of the things I'm really enjoying learning here isn't actually farm related at all. I'm digging learning the Hawaiian language. It's really kind of beautiful and has this upbeat, almost musical tonality to it. It took me a little while to catch on, but now Meg and I drive around and play "What's that street sign say?" It's really kind of cool. What I learned about the history of the language is fascinating. Hawaiian culture has a long, rich, and ...

    "One life, live free, big dreams"

    A travel blog entry by nessandjess on May 02, 2015

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    ... stirring them up. That was almost enough for me to stop considering jumping myself, but not quite.

    So I'm trying this new thing where I focus as much attention as possible on the present moment, not letting my mind wander back to the unchangeable past or worry to the future. I'm still a far way off mastering that skill, but I'm definitely becoming more mindful. It also forces me to face ...

    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

    ... were some interesting birds about the ponds , but the fish were fascinating, in that each fish seemed to be living separately in a circular hollow it had created and which it defended if any adjacent fish should approach its area.

    It was pretty easy to imagine the way life was a few hundred years ago for these Hawaiian ancestors. Also drew our attention to the similarities of the Hawaiian people with the likes of the New Zealand Maoris and even the ...