Kohala Country Adventures Guesthouse
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Travel Blogs from Kapaau
... the resort. We showered and walked down to Queen's Marcketplace in front of the Starbuck's. Here we waited a while and we saw several people wearing long pants and holding jackets in the high temperatures... They were going to join us. The drivers came up and they told us what van to sit in, because there were two. It was a really comfortable van.
While we drove up to the visitor center, the guide / driver ...
... 5,000 feet to the summit. At one point the vehicle did a kind of sideways crawl as we climbed the steep hill.
It was like driving to the moon. I felt so weird and unable to speak. It was as though I had no energy at all. Ismael drove well and there were no emergencies - it was very twisty and turn at points, and for four miles the road is very rough.
The top of Mauna Kea is apparently the best ...
... and dad had AAA. One hour later, we had the keys in hand, and it was too late to go snorkeling.
Jarryd, Dad, Josh, Sam, Amanda and I took off to go on a hike near Mauna Kea State Park. We set out on a 2.6 mile hike. Some parts were over the desert terrain of lava rock, while others went through small oasis-like rain forests. It was overcast, and thunder could be heard in the distance. As ...
... to come back on the east side of the island, we decided to do our tours first then the drive back to the hotel. Our first stop is the Maunaloa Macademia store where all types of flavor macademia nuts are made. As soon as we stepped in, the lady greet us nicely and offered us samples of chocolate covered macademia and maui onion macademia. We walked around the store and checked out several type of souvenir offered. I ended up buying the ...
... middle. It is amazing to see the landscame on the coast north and south of where we are staying and you can see where the lava had flowed down (or up) from the top many years ago. As we got to the northern point everything started to get greener and then there were evergreens and green grass and pastures. We stopped in Hawi to stretch our legs and walk around the 5 store town. There are a lot of ranches in the area with cattle, horses and sheep in fact ...
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