Travel Blogs from Kalaheo
... tress, so maybe I can accomplish this goal in Hawaii. Everyday I will be nonstop, living life outside. This would exactly match my personality.
Knowing that Hawaii is expensive because they have to get most their foods and other belongings shipped to them, I need to learn how to be frugal with my cash. Learning to ration what I have, will be a useful skill to have if I'm ever running ...
... was a scenic drive it to Anaemia Beach, with marked changes in the vegetation along the way. where we boarded a catamaran with 9 others before stopping at a number of caves and waterfalls and eventually anchoring so that we could do some snorkelling. While the coral at this spot didn't compare to the coral at the Great Barrier Reef, I thought the fish did and the sea turtles don't mind at all if you swim along with them. I think one was really trying to tell ...
... we rented a cabana and watched the waves crash in while sipping on some complimentary champaign. We also shared a lava flow which was a piña colada with some strawberry purée in it...yum yum! The staff at the Sheraton on Poipu Beach were wonderful! They brought us water and Popsicles while we were relaxing. Mid afternoon we were granted ...
... graceful in their movements. I carefully follow the turtles, mimicking their movements as they swim against the current. It is an amazing experience. When the turtles stop swim I hover above them, observing the small fish that eat the parasites that live on their shells. The balance of life on the reef is amazing. Suddenly one of the turtles surfaces beside me for air. The head and neck of the turtle is about the size of 12 year old. The skin ...
... forever abound on the shore
Author of ‘The Passage’
April 9th Wednesday A bit better weather today. Not sure what we will do. Eventually the sun sort of came out and we walked the mile to our swim place where both of us went in today. Good place for bobbing. Then a walk around the beach there before drying off and heading home. Lunch and read for a while. Later showers and walked to Bobby Vs for ...
Other places to stay in Kalaheo
4896 Z Kua Rd., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $75
3726 Nanakai Place, Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $75
3957 Ulualii St., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $75
3829 Waha Rd., Kalaheo | B&Bfrom $110
- Wonderful B&B (disregard any comments prior to Sept 2004, The New Owners Are The Best Hosts You Can Wish For)
- Paradise on the Garden Island
- Everything in Perfect Order Now