Pillows in Paradise Bed & Breakfast

Address: 336 Awakea Road, Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii, 96734, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 336 Awakea Road, Kailua, is near Lanikai Beach, Kailua Beach Park, Kailua Sailboards & Kayaks, and Four Seasons Resort Hualalai Golf Course.
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      Trip to North shore

      A travel blog entry by akroundtheworld on Nov 26, 2014


      We read the Vans surf championship is going on at Sunset Beach on North Shore, of our island Oahu. So we took a public bus, just $2.50 each, and set off. It was a fantastic way to see round the island, but obviously it stopped at every stop, and it took 2.5 hours to get there, interesting ride the scenery was amazing. Left Honolulu, which is a city like Rio, massive and busy, but on the beach, with trendy shops like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, etc, and ...


      A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Oct 13, 2014

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      ... dry in his cruise mug and is reading his book in the shade, thoroughly enjoying himself as am I. Today we swam, read, listened to music, ate and sun baked. It was just awesome and what the doctor ordered. Andrew went upstairs and had a shower and then we went across the street to the beach for a me to have a final dip today. It was beautiful, there was storm out to sea and with a polarising lens on a camera, it would have looked very specky with the ...

      Hitting Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by maddeng on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... slow afternoon relaxing and getting our bearings collected, we
      grabbed some tea and had a walk through the "Waikiki beach block party".
      This was basically simply blocking off Kalakaua Avenue (The road that runs
      along the beach) and setting up a whole heap of food and touristy type stalls and several groups of live musicians) Fun atmosphere and a nice way to end the evening.

      The people a so friendly. Everyone greets you with a cheery ...

      Hawaii 5-0

      A travel blog entry by stephjoe on Aug 18, 2014

      ... the globe!). There are 5 volcanoes on the island and only one is deemed to be extinct with two of them overdue for eruptions! With the easy roll of the bus and Sam's smooth voice it was a struggle to stay awake while we picked up our last few group members - as it was still barely 9! We were told that the common name for this island is not actually Big Island, as most people would think, but Orchid Island but as it is still growing with volcanic activity Big island ...


      A travel blog entry by makayla.brannen on Jul 06, 2014

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      ... massive thing I've ever seen. The aircraft carrier costs 7 million dollars a day to run. SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS A DAY?! Holy moly. It's easy to see why though. It houses 5,000 people and I'm not kidding was the biggest ship I've ever seen in my life. Planes can literally take off and land on it. I'm usually not into ships and planes and that kind of stuff, but it was actually really cool to explore them. Now I can at least picture what my kids ramble on about when they're ...