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... some blacktop over an old dirt trail! But, it was an exciting drive and we made it in one piece to our destination at 9000 feet elevation! The program began with an hour video about the history of the summit and the evolution of the telescopes on her. (She has some of the largest and most powerful telescopes in the world at the top of her...at almost 14000 feet). I am not going to lie, I almost fell asleep during this video! Jerry thanked me for enduring that portion of ...
... orange trees, avocado, bananas and papaya trees and poinsettias growing wild. Short tour, but good. Coffee trees look very pretty. Bought some coffee. Next We headed to Kealakekhua Bay which was down a very twisting turny 5 mile skinny road. Corals were at the bottom and across the bay about one mile was the captain Cook monument. (1870s). The only way to the monument was to boat over, swim or a very ...
... car, then say, “Have you been happy with my service?” which we feel is very off-putting.
Mark did a great job with the condo: a corner unit with a wrap-around lanai (porch), 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, dining room and kitchen.
The kids were very tired by then. We unpacked, Josie got a quick bath and we made our way to bed. It wasn’t late by Hawaii time, maybe 10:00-ish, but it was 3:00 in the morning for St. Louis. Nighty-night.
We got on the plane and the flight was very short. Once we got our luggage, we headed for the car rental pick up. We just missed the bus to bring us to the cars. We had to let 2 busses go by before we could get on. It was very busy. This all took about an hour, much longer than on the other islands.
We headed for the resort. We had a very ...
... are definitely foreign in the mainland, like breadfuit (texture like potato, though in the tree), tree tomato. I like the sampling plate. Instead of using paper plates, locals use ti leaf as serving plate. One can rip the leaf according to the size he/she likes, then scoop the food on the leaf.
The Kapa making is quite interesting. Kapa, is a fabric (tree-paper texture) worn by native Hawaiians in old time. It was a lost art till ...
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