Kolea at Waikoloa Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKolea at Waikoloa Beach Resort
Fantastic buildings with all the amenities you'd need. It's pretty secluded from the crowds of people you get at the big resorts around here, but you still have full access to all the shops.
It's within driving distance of many attractions (Snorkelling! Body boarding!) and a great place to relax after a day in the sun.
If I get a chance, I'd stay again.
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Because it was our last day and we'd been leaving in the evening to head back home, we needed to finish packing. Which meant that Zach went through his list of souvenirs he was supposed to bring back home for family and decided he needed to go up to the shops again. So we went back up and picked up key chains, mugs and things.
Zach got …
Woke up surprisingly early after the late flight. It was hard to get out of comfy beds after such a long flight and a short sleep. Had a brunch of macadamia nut banana pancakes that Sue had lovingly made for us. I love macadamia nuts in baking, but I'd never expected them to be good in pancakes. Apparently macadamia nuts are a staple in Hawaii. I …
... couple of weeks ( Don't honk your horn, you might wake it! ) and is expected to give it's las gasp in another million or so. We don't intend to stay that long. On the Highways here there are very few stopping places to allow picture taking and with a minimum speed limit, sometimes you have passed a lay by before reacting. Yes, I know I'm getting slow, it's because I'm old. At Hawi we had a Coffee Brownie ...
... had to tie everything down, as some of their chairs and the lid to their cool box flew in to the water at one point. It was so blustery that the back of the lounger that the grandma was sat on even flicked up and whacked poor granny in the back of the head as well! Don't worry, she was okay, but yes, we buried our heads in our towels and chuckled. Lots of the little birdies came to visit our loungers, especially when we cracked our cereal bars out.
... tipped us off that we could feed them the nearby leaves. They ate right from our hands!
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