Kolea at Waikoloa Beach Resort
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... and therefore not as fun for the kids.
1. In paradise, the views and the price of groceries are breathtaking. We drove 15 minutes outside the resort to the "cheap" grocery where milk was "on sale" for $6/gallon and yogurt was $4 a container.
2. A La-Z-Boy love seat complete with reclining sections, a center console and revolving remote holder is a huge hit with teenage boys.
Up and breaky, then off to heli over Hanakaus coasts beautiful towering sea cliffs, flying so close into these enormous valleys and long waterfalls was a bit scary at times. Then over a current volcanic eruption site and old ones. Fascinating indeed. Then dinner overlooking sea which was delicious with birthday cake made specially for Greg....all in all an awesome day, as well as sitting by pool reading, hopping in pool and generally ...
... glide along and scoop up the plankton, it was amazing. It was a nice night but there was a slight swell and guess who turned green, while I was in the water, I had to get back to the boat and lay down (I did miss you Debbie no one to cuddle), I even fed the fish. We found them very hard to photograph, we have bought the DVD which is on it's way home if you are interested in seeing what they are like ...
... old for this ****. Walked up a massive hill to a restaurant for dinner and had my first Mai Tai....tasted like red skittles, may drink more of these :) . Food was ok and expensive....the chef at this restaurant is apparently responsible for the food that is provided on American Airways flights.....this should have been our first clue about what we about to receive. Not sure about the restaurants in Hawaii yet. Road trip! On Thursday we jumped in ...
... the dark ocean, even with the bright spotlights from the boat just barely illuminating the ocean floor. We floated there for a while, and then finally saw movement far down below us. As we watched, a huge manta ray swam up from below, and started swimming in huge loops underneath one of the nearby tours. It was amazing to watch! After several loops, the ray had had its fill, and swam off. Soon, another ray was spotted, and swam up to the light to do ...
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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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