Golf Villas Mauna Lani

Address: 68-1310 Mauna Lani Dr, Kamuela, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, United States | 5 star condo
 
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This 5 star condo, located on 68-1310 Mauna Lani Dr, Kamuela, is near The Royal Luau, Mauna Lani Resort Golf Club, Mauna Kea Resort Golf Course, and Spa Without Walls.
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    Travel Blogs from Kamuela

    Life's a Beach!

    A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 27, 2015

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    ... a (white!) pineapple, and s'mores fixins and some firewood and headed out. We struggled to keep our fire going because of the rain we had just had. The kindling was damp, and unfortunately our little spot didn't have great air flow, so we'd get it started and then it would fizzle out! We tried our darnedest, but the lack of oxygen just kept killing it. And that's one of those mistakes that - once you've realized you've made it - you can't really undo. But! We ...

    *MAGIC!*

    A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 24, 2015

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    ... store owner we came across, because people here are just FRIENDLY. It's not that pushy kind of conversation where you feel like the owner is helicoptering around you to see if you'll buy. It's just friendly, casual talks about life and little things and what we're doing on the farm. In the last store we visited, we met a woman named Felicia who was from LA. Not only was she from LA, she grew up in Elysian Park, which is right around the corner from us. She saw ...

    Down and Dirty Farm Livin'

    A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 23, 2015

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    ... s oddly satisfying to cut and yank those leaves down). Brown and dying leaves need to be pruned, like any herbaceous plant. We use an extending pole with loppers on the end to snip the leaves at their base. It's a tricky business when there's a lot of banana plants all grouped together, because the leaves overlap and don't fall very easily. But we use those leaves as mulch for our garden, so it's important to get a bunch. We recycle and utilize so much here; they don't like to ...

    Adventure Weekend!!

    A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 20, 2015

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    ... s. Ken's is a Hawaiian diner. Anybody who knows me know I am AT HOME in a diner, doesn't matter which. This place was great, in a way that only good diners can be. Ken's is the kind of place locals might go late night for coffee and munchies. We popped down in a booth and filled our bellies. Erin got traditional Hawaiian lau lau, which is a slow roasted pulled pork and cabbage plate. Meg got a great burger with tuna and macaroni salad (also traditional Hawaiian side ...

    A day of chillaxing

    A travel blog entry by chrisandcarol on May 20, 2015

    31 photos

    ... also called a place of refuge. Here local serfs could obtain sanctuary by reaching this sacred site after committing heinous crimes. Such as allowing their shadow to fall on royalty, looking at them or trespassing on their territory. the penalty was death by various means unless they could reach safety. They believed that Tsunamis or earthquakes would be unleashed if they did not comply with punishment, so the community was keen to report them. Back home to a nice steak ...