Kona Islander Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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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... Apple bananas, some bok chop, 3 lemons and a bunch of cilantro. After a little shopping we took a drive and walked along a volcanic rock path to a shoreline access south of Keahou Bay. The surf was wild and Steven got some great ocean pictures and some goats. We then travelled up the mountain towards Holualoa. This is coffee country, and it also has some interesting ...
... We finally got back to our condo about 4:30. Wiped out from riding in the car all day! We had dinner in the condo and decided we would head down to the beach to watch the sunset. The "Kona winds" were still blowing but we were able to get some good pictures of the sunset. Lots of people were already there with their cameras so we knew we were in a good spot. Enjoyed the sunset and decided to call it a day.
... again to Waikoloa for some turtle shopping and have lunch at the Queen and Kings Shoppes. We had been there the first day we arrived in Kona. We stopped at the Marriott Beach Resort and it really lovely. We shared a sandwich and watched everyone in the pool. Walked out to the beach to the fish ponds. Looked around the shopping stuff and found some marbles turtles for me and Tanya. Back to Kona to Walmart to buy some cottage cheese and a ...
... was time to head back in. I wish I could have stayed for hours and watched them longer, but they don't stay around for too long after sunset, even with the lights on. It was hard to swim back because I kept looking back at the mantas that were still rolling. They gave us some snacks once we were back on the boat and we took off the wetsuits so we could wrap up in our towels to warm up a little. We smiled all the way back to the dock. Hands down the best part of the trip.
... invite to their presentation. Having made it abundantly clear that the last thing we were going to do with our limited time was waste it at a time share presentation, we did walk away with a discount card that worked in many of the local restaurants. So armed with this, it was out to eat and we found a great restaurant just down the road and got 20% off. Result…
Now off to bed as we are up early again tomorrow to go see ...