Kona Billfisher

Address: 75-5841 Alii Drvie, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96740, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located on 75-5841 Alii Drvie, Kailua-Kona, is near Rainbow Falls, Royal Kona Resort Luau, Kona Brewing Company, and Neptune Charlies.
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      After the Storm

      A travel blog entry by kastang on Jan 03, 2015

      5 photos

      Last night there was a pretty major storm with wind and rain. Our power went out sometime in the early morning, but came back in time to make a late pot of coffee. Saturday is normally a Farmers market at the Keahou Shopping Centre. We went, hoping to get some fresh fish, however, it was cancelled but we did buy some great produce from the one farmer who came anyway. For $6 we scored ...

      Humuhumunukunukuapua'a

      A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Dec 28, 2014

      16 photos

      ... on my head, in the water. You could literally put your face in the water only after a few steps and a great variety of tropical fish were swimming by you. We saw Pennant Butterflyfish, Unicornfish, Convict Tang and Yellow Tang as well as Bullethead Parrotfish, Yellowtail corris and, of course, the Hawaiian state fish in both of its colorings. See if you can find these fish in the picture of the fish guide I've attached here.

      We went in ...

      Last Day in Kona!

      A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Oct 12, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... Hulihe'e Palace which was completed in 1838 and was built for the second Governor of the Island. It was built with native lava rock, coral lime mortar, koa and ohi'a timbers. It was home to a number of Hawaiian royalty over the period 1844 to 1914. In 1925 it was purchased by the Territory of Hawaii to be operated as a museum to be operated by the Daughters of Hawaii. The museum houses a collection of ancient ...

      Exploring the Environment

      A travel blog entry by willvote96 on Sep 03, 2014

      ... all the island's history which has been growing for centuries. We stopped at the halfway point at about 1pm to have a breather and something to eat. I enjoyed this activity because the tour guide explained so much about the plants and wildlife and I got to take heaps of pictures. My favourite part was being able to get back into the steaming hot, relaxing bath in my room before I went out to dinner.

      I walked back to the restaurant I went to the night ...

      DAY 5 - ROAD TRIP

      A travel blog entry by copple on Jul 17, 2014

      18 photos

      ... road and we were finally there!! "Black Sand Beach".....Punalu'u Beach is the home to a lot of sea turtles. They were everywhere and the sand is really black! We spent some time at the beach watching the turtles but the wind was picking up & clouds were moving in so we decided to head back north. The long trek back to Kona took about 2 hours.

      We stopped in Kona to visit the "Official ...