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TravelPod Member ReviewsKona Islander Inn Kailua-Kona
Ok, its cheap for the area and it worked really well for me. Got a really good room overlooking the sea and the location is great. There was everything we needed, although no internet which was the only downside when needing to book something, but we only had to go along the road to the cafe to pick up a signal! Would stay here again.
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Aloha! I'm happy to report that my 37th birthday was one of my best birthdays yet!
On Monday, November 4, my birthday was announced at the Kalani Community Meeting and I received a beautiful flower lei and had Happy Birthday sung to me in Hawaiian by 130+ Kalani volunteers. Then people continued to wish my Happy Birthday …
Last week I went on a road trip all around the Big Island! My travel companions were Doris
from Germany and Hanna-Marie from Finland. Doris has a rental car for the duration of her stay at Kalani and over lunch one day we planned to head to Kona for a mini adventure.
The drive around the island blew me away. The …
... Atlantis, while Darren and I went snorkelling with Manta Rays at night under big flood lights. The next day we went snorkelling off the beach. There were so many fish. We also saw white tips sharks ( they are harmless) and a turtle which was a fantastic experience. We all tired a bit of tennis in the afternoon, but we would all get pretty hot and need another swim. We had amazing time on the Big ...
... insurance. Kona was prett cute! The buildings are mostly wood.. It reminds me of a tropical Arrowtown. We did a super touristy thing and went to Bubba Gump for lunch. It may be touristy but damn that food is good! Nice wee spot on the water too. We also went to Walmart to see if we could find an underwater camera. Walmart is just like K Mart, but with a McDonalds and a supermarket inside. We got the camera, and ...
... in the 2013 Sheraton slide race.
After the excitement we went to see the township of Kona itself. There was not a lot to see here, unless you want loads of souvenirs, knock of t'shirts, etc, but it was OK. We saw the official Ironman start line and transition area and the bay where the World Billfish Championships take place! Along the way home we see a beach called Magic Sands. In the summer the sand is white, however, in winter the currents change and ...