Kohala Country Adventures Guesthouse
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... of King Kamehameha I, and that's where we headed for a photo op. According to historians, he was a great warrior, diplomat and leader, and united the Hawaiian Islands into one royal kingdom in 1810 after years of conflict. Hawaiian legend had prophesied that a light in the sky with feathers like a bird would signal the birth of a great chief. It is believed that he was born in 1758, the year Halley's ...
... slides with one of them winding through the lava rock in total darkness. Mary and I made multiple trips up the steps to go down the slides. We spent so much time there it was now lunch time. Back to the condo for lunch. After lunch we decided to go down to Kona to take a tour of the Greenwell Coffee Farm.
... 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 ...
We'd decided in the morning after a lazy breakfast that we would follow Dave and Sue on a trip up island. There are a lot of art communities the further North you seem to go. It's definitely whale season because as we were driving, on the right side was perfect views of the ocean and you'd see whale after whale breaching and jumping. We stopped at several lookout spots to watch them with the binoculars and without. I was ...
... On both sides- confused about the relationship. In the back- follow me. There are three types of lais- kakui nuts which were originally worn by royalty, fresh flower, and ribbon. In hula dancing you are supposed to watch the hands because they tell a story and the faster the hips move the more interesting the tale. In Kona in the highway, there in white coral graffiti written in the black lava ...