South Kona Hideaway

83-5399 Middle Keei Rd, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704, United States | 4 star b&b
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    Travel Blogs from Captain Cook

    Summit Sunset and Stargazing

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... a view of the sunset from the top and an evening of stargazing with a very fancy telescope and a very knowledgeable guide. Once we had had our dinner and left the park's visitor centre, it quickly became clear that my tiny rental car would never have made it up that volcano even if I had wanted to. Gravel roads, steep inclines and the setting sun which already gave a preview of what driving down in the dark would be like later. Up on the top, ...

    Day 2 - Shopping day in Kona

    A travel blog entry by my2cats on Mar 20, 2014

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    ... area. Inside the condo is everything you need except a lettuce spinner, but we'll buy one. We are on the 3rd floor so our legs are getting a workout climbing stairs several times a day. Watched the sunset from our property which wasn't stellar. Condo neighbours go down at 6 pm with a drink to chat and watch the sunset. Sunset is around 6.32 pm. Cooked ahi tuna for dinner at the pool area and ate there. Very hot day. 82F. Heat is brutal. Can't get enough ...

    The drier west side of Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by mickbarstow on Aug 08, 2013

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    ... In the garden there coffee and macadamia trees. The place is very laid back and I'm sure we'll enjoy our two nights here.

    We drove down to Kealakekua, a bay famed for its snorkeling. It's a bit of a trek to get there but the snorkeling was great. Access is off lava rocks, there is a access point called 'two steps' where you can slide into ...

    Hawaii, the Big Island

    A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip on Jul 22, 2013

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    ... the hotel had been doing this for the last 20 years and nowadays individual rays are recognised and have been monitored for many years – i.e. cannot be adversely affecting them too much….hmmm. Mantra rays are such graceful, gentle giants, looking like massive oval vacuum cleaners, impressive when staring straight into their opened mouths, sucking up huge volumes of plankton (and water). Watched a couple up close and a third one a bit later, ...

    Trigger, Stanley and too many dolphins to name!

    A travel blog entry by laurs-and-matt on Jun 17, 2013

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    ... The track was very gravelly which made it quite uncomfortable to walk on. It was a nice walk though with lovely views of the coast and this gave us our first look at how molten lava has shaped the island as most of the track was down old lava flows. Once at the bottom, you could clearly see how the lava have poured straight into the sea and we were greeted with a lovely snorkelling spot right next to the monument. The monument marks the place Captain Cook died after the ...