Koa Wood Hale - Patey's Place Hostel

Address: 75-184 Ala Ona Ona, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96740, United States | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 75-184 Ala Ona Ona, Kailua-Kona, is near Rainbow Falls, Kona Brewing Company, Mountain Thunder Coffee Plantation, and Hulihe'e Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from Kailua-Kona

    Travel to Kona

    A travel blog entry by ktflynn on Jun 20, 2015

    10 photos

    ... no vegetation to brown with a lot more greenery and finally lots of palm trees. We find our house & are very happy - beautiful house, with an amazing view. As we haven't got any food - we head in the truck down the road to a pub for dinner. Now it is time to relax, we really feel,like we are in the old fashion Hawaii. Time now for bed, as we are all exhausted - looking forward to a week of R & ...

    On to Big Island ( Hawai'i )

    A travel blog entry by chrisandcarol on May 18, 2015

    Apparently Hawaii without the apostrophe refers to the State or group of islands and with it means the Big Island. We travelled the Hana Highway again to the airport and arrived in good time. We collected the third car and by the time we had arrived at the Condo in Kailua-Kona to check what supplies there were, then unpacked, found the Supermarket it was after 7.00pm. Neither of us fancied getting changed and going out to eat, ...

    The great roach caper (and other tales)

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Feb 26, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    We've had a relatively quiet week. No car, so we either had to go where we wanted by foot, or by trolley. We are counting the days til Brie & Bennett arrive. :D We spent a few afternoons lounging at the pool - not that we're pool people, but it's been hot and muggy and the pool deck is more open than our lanai so it gets the cool breezes and has a view of the pier and ocean. Which brings us to a little domestic excitement we had this week. On Sunday, ...

    It's hot here in Hula town

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Jan 31, 2015

    5 comments, 14 photos

    ... Hawaiian food - a raw fish or seafood salad served as an appetizer. It typically consists of cubed raw fish or seafood, marinated with sea salt, a small amount of soy sauce, inamona (roasted crushed candlenut), sesame oil, limu seaweed, and chopped chili pepper. We ended up buying some Korean Marlin poke and Shrimp poke, and ate it for supper ... not raw though! It was very salty. :S. The nice lady at the store said it's good with poi*. We'll ...

    Out and about again

    A travel blog entry by bbusch on Jan 28, 2015

    3 photos

    ... that a few natives had stolen from his ship. We drove further along to show Rooney and Inger the painted church we had visited before. The original church was on the beach and was there for the fishermen. By the mid-1880's most of the Honaunau people had moved away from the beach area to more fertile soil about two miles up the slopes where they got jobs on the coffee farms. Father John Berchmans Velge in December, 1899, dismantled the church on the beach, loaded it ...