Pineapple Park - Kona

Address: Mamalahoa Highway, Kealakekua, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96750, United States | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on Mamalahoa Highway, Kealakekua, is near Greenwell Farms, Kona Boys Inc, Adventures in Paradise, and Kona Historical Society.
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    Travel Blogs from Kealakekua

    The big island, Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by danaskinner on Jun 06, 2015

    60 photos

    If you ever go to Hawaii the Big Island is a must see. It had lots of amazing scenes, most notably - the active Volcano.

    We spent 5 nights in Kona then 4 nights in Hilo. The whole time we had a rental car which was a must. Especially because our first hostel was a 20 minute drive from Kona.

    The landscape is incredible. So much …

    Turtle dream to come true

    A travel blog entry by cth-road on Mar 06, 2015

    Kealakekua Bay
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    My 34th Birthday in Hawaii :0)

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on May 27, 2015

    30 photos

    ... was it called?...”
    Us – “Mark do you mean CONCORDE?”
    Mark – “Sh*t, yeah, that was it man! Oh you can just drop me off here, thanks”
    Us – “Sure, well bye bye Mark, you take care now”

    Yes, dear Mark was a memorable one. Samantha on the other hand was just naturally a bit dizzy. After spilling beer in our car (it was only 11am I haste to ...

    Tour of the Volcano

    A travel blog entry by bbusch on Jan 30, 2015

    9 photos

    ... one mile across and over five-miles deep, and surrounded by cliffs up to 2000-feet high. Waipio Valley was once the home of thousands of Native Hawaiians. Today, there are less than 100 residents living amongst the waterfalls, taro fields and rivers permeating the valley. Hawaii Island's tallest waterfall, Hiilawe Falls cascades down 1,300 feet in the back of Waipio. From here we enjoyed our Malasadas....enough said...I was popular among all travellers for making ...

    One day just minding my own business

    A travel blog entry by cynthiabraka on Nov 13, 2014

    5 comments, 1 photo

    I traveled down the road today into revelation and somber reality. Don’t ask me to start at the beginning; I’ll need to start in the middle and then go forward and backwards because so much happened. Forgive me in advance if it seems jumbled.

    I sat in on a DTS class with Awaken school. Oh my, what a time listening to Dutch Sheets on Wednesday Nov 12th, or should I say listening to Holy Spirit because that’s Who ...