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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 …
... here in 1978, and we cannot get over how much the city has changed. When we were here, we stayed in a hotel on Waikiki Beach. Now the hotel is surrounded by high rise buildings and exclusive shops. Kainoa told us that the Waikiki hotels charge on average $302 per night. We definitely didn’t pay that much in 1978. We took a free shuttle from the dock to downtown Honolulu. The shuttle is sponsored by the Maui Divers Jewelry store. So first they took us to their store for a short film of ...
Last day in Kona... A nice long walk this morning along the kona sea wall. As great day of swimming & snorkelling today. Plenty of fish about and turtles too. We spent the later part of the day down near the starting line of the iron man. There is a large pier that the cruise ships dock into and there is plenty of coral to have a look at. The local turtles like this area as there is plenty of sea grass ...
... the north of the island and headed to the Waipio Valley to book our horse riding. Whilst driving north you soon notice how the trees disappear and everything turns black. It was baffling but as far as you could see everything had been covered in lava so was just black. There were just miles and miles of nothing but old broken lava flows. With some of them you could clearly see the ripples of the flow but for most of it, it was just like sharp black rubble. It was like ...
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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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