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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... to watch the sunset. Dinner and a few drinks to celebrate a great vacation the time to pack since checkout is tomorrow morning. We appreciate your following of our trip.
When we get home we can tell you all about the details.
... was complete we headed back to the condo where Eddie prepared dinner for our anniversary.
Great relaxing day. I gave Mary and necklace with a pearl that I got while in Waikiki from an oyster I picked and opened. It was a black pearl. Picture attached. Evening of great food, wine and conversations with our best friends.
... the guys and some wine for the girls. relaxing on the lanai enjoying the beautiful weather.
Now time for dinner cooking out on the grill and eating on the lanai as the sun sets. Oh yea... Vacation.
Tired from the fresh air and all the walking around the Hilton complex will yield an early night so we can start fresh tomorrow. I have a couple of picture of the scenery from the ...
... forget to ask. Glad I remembered.
After leaving the talk, we got ready to go for our first day. It was close to lunchtime (on the early side), but we were hungry. We passed a Costco, so we stopped and had a hot dog and soda - a whopping $3.00!
We continued down the road to the Greenwell Coffee Farm. We had a one-on-one tour and got to ask lots of questions. Coffee starts off on a tree in a ...
... thinks that knowing ten Hawaiian words makes him fluent in the language, we find that using plain old English is easier and more effective.
4. Back home, signs and instructions are often given in English and Spanish. In Hawaii, the alternative language is Japanese.
5. It seems like everything is a long drive away in Hawaii. Even on a seemingly small island, it still can take hours to get from place to place.