Kona Islander Inn
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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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... the entire experience.
We are heading to the Hawaiian National Volcano Park tomorrow to experience Kilauea. The chance to see an active volcano should be something to remember! We are planning on a couple more rounds of golf and trip to Hilo on the east coast. We will update the blog again before heading off to New Zealand on Monday!
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... with us so we toweled off and changed back into our comfortable shoes. A lot of work but well worth the effort. I am still wondering how some of those people we passed when we were hiking up got back up that cliff! There is only one way up....climb.
We stopped at a local burger & taco place in the small town of Kohala for a light lunch. Special for the day was shrimp tacos with cole slaw or black ...
... we went thru 11 tunnels, and two being 1,100 and 800 feet respectively. The feeling of being in a water filled cave with no light at the end was truly awful for a person with anxiety. Then we came home and showered and showered and showered...... And we went for happy hour to Keauhou (south) at the Sheraton. Neighbour said it was great to have a drink there and watch the manta rays - the fish that ...
... not export pineapple; all the pineapple grown here is consumed in Hawaii.
Maui is the only island that grows sugar cane. The sugar cane industry collapsed in the mid 1990s due to rising costs and competition. Macadamia trees are grown in the old sugar cane fields.
Coffee is their number one commercial crop.
Hula dancing was traditionally done only by men.
Traditionally men did all the 'housework’; women were responsible for having and raising ...
... we had a few drinks, it was ******* down by then,so he drove us back to pier and we got on the tender back to boat,I liked kona it was very nice, the brewery food all looked and sounded amazing!! We were half ****** so went to bar for more drinks and met some people from kincumber and Old Bar ( near Taree) one of the couples got upgraded to a suite so we went and had a look,omg,he'll yeh it was beautiful,massive bed,big bathroom,huge deck and butler service and on/ ...