Mauna Lani Terrace Condominiums
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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"The sunny Kona District stretches for about 60 miles from Kona International Airport to beyond Kealakekua Bay on Hawaii Island’s lava-lined western coast. Along this expansive area, you’ll find everything from coffee farms to historic ...
... samples and welcoming folks to come and take a look around at all of our goodies! [Jack Says: Meg is a PRO at engaging customers and getting them to come take a look. She is friendly and smiling and people just seem drawn to her. When I try to peddle the butter, I get turned down a lot. But Meg reels them in like fish!] Towards the end of the morning Jack and I split a lilikoi Kombucha tea! We're big on Kombucha nowadays, it would seem! After the market, I helped ...
... screw the bus, we'll hitch hike in. It's only a few miles, no biggie. We throw out thumbs and the FIRST car that sees us pulls over. Magic. We get in and it's a lovely older woman who chats with us and gets to know us a bit as she drives us in. Sweet woman, to be sure. She even makes a joke about how she'll pick us up on her way home if she's sees us, which is very kind but completely impractical. Anywho, Rebel Kitchen is delicious! They have a great selection of ...
... We heard it was cool to view the volcano at night because you could potentially see the lava bursting and glowing. Unfortunately, all we saw around the crater was a dim orange glow. Which was very cool and lit up the steamy, cloudy sky with an ominous glow. But no lava churning or spitting. We got up the next morning and ate breakfast and had camp coffee. Nothing like percolated camp coffee! We backtracked a bit down to a black sand beach called Punalu'u. The cool ...
... and then caught the Kona Trolley for a two hour trip around the area. We retraced our steps back to Kailua-Kona and went on towards the airport. It stopped at Walmart, Macy's Rand another large shopping area but we didn't get off as we would have had to wait 2 hours for it to return. We got off in the area we knew and decided to walk back to the hotel. We have now walked the full length of the town. We stopped in at a Happy Hour place by the water and had ...