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... Kind of not spectacular, but it was fun to go up there. We didn't really think long about staying and driving up to the actual observatory (open 6 -10 pm) since we were hungry and tired.
I think Kara has already konked out. I am pretty beat myself but want to finish up this entry.
So we started back to our hotel in eager anticipation of food. We were not sure how far it was and when Kara, who took over driving, ...
... tips on places to eat on Hawaii. They were very nice. We kept running into extremely nice people.
On our way back, we were looking for the road that would give us a scenic view of the coast. We drove past the little park and I thought from the map that we should be turning off somewhere around here but there was no turn. It was very confusing. So we kept on going and then found the road that turned off - exactly where I had walked to get the gatorade. We ...
... started with a steep 500 foot drop in elevation. They had a golf cart that would take people down to the more level walking area for a fee of $5.00. Dianne thought it was the best five bucks she had spent so far! The Garden was created through the untiring efforts of one man, Dan J. Lutkenhouse, who discovered Onomea Valley in 1977 while vacationing with his wife, Pauline. Mr. Lutkenhouse purchased the 17-acre parcel for its seclusion and beauty, without knowing ...
... about you?
We escaped a hurricane possibility yesterday, the storm didn't come around to this side of the island. Again I am reminded of how small a dot in the vast ocean this tiny land mass is that I'm sitting on.... wow I think I'll stop looking at the map.
Praying for all you folks back home dealing with the forest fires and the effects of it.
Missing all my 'family' and friends back home. See you in December
... ukelele lesson. There is the option of renting a gorgeous comfy cabana, but the cheeky buggers charge $75 USD per day (this is where Hawaii has no chance compared with the likes of Thailand). Although it was rather overcast, it was lovely and I managed to chew through a decent amount of my book. The massage was lovely too - I went for a 50 min Lomi Lomi, which is the Hawaiian equivalent of the Swedish massage. Afterwards I was taken into the Salt Room to relax. I had ...
Other places to stay in Waikoloa
69-200 Pohakulana Place, Waikoloa | 4 star condofrom $181
- Great for families
- Sufficient and adequate
- Average overall
68-1745 Waikoloa Road, Waikoloa | 3 star condofrom $114
- Had a great time
- Glad we bought the timeshare
- Great Place
69-1035 Keana Place, Waikoloa | 3 star condofrom $195
69-1000 Kolea Kai Circle, Waikoloa | 5 star condofrom $357
69-555 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa | 4 star condofrom $210
- Beautiful, relaxing, quiet accomodations
- Wonderful Condo
- Wonderful Condos and area
69-1010 Keana Place, Waikoloa | 3 star condofrom $195
68-3831 Lua Kula Street, Waikoloa, Waikoloa | Condofrom $52
69-699 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa | 4 star condofrom $209
69-450 Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa | Condo
- Pretty Average
- Great Time, Great Resort
- Not Sure I Would Stay Again