Castle Waimea Country Lodge

Address: 65-1210 Lindsey Road, Kamuela, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96743, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 65-1210 Lindsey Road, Kamuela, is near Puukohola National Historic Park, Waipio Na'alapa Trail, Kahilu Theatre, and W.M. Keck Observatory.
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    Travel Blogs from Kamuela

    Puako snorkeling, Kona, and Manta Ray night swim

    A travel blog entry by haileyanne on Jun 13, 2015

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    ... a (the fish of hawaii), some Moorish Idols, and some brightly colored Parrot Fish. We also saw large, vividly colored coral and some awesome red pencil sea urchins that were huge. Some people saw an octopus, and even a green sea turtle. After that, we went to Kona and ate and had some amazing shaved ice. Then we went to get fitted for our wetsuits before heading to the docks to board the boat to take us to the manta rays. We didn't go very far ...

    Naked and Afraid

    A travel blog entry by nessandjess on May 03, 2015

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    ... settled on Huggo's on the rocks as it seemed like the most lively place in the whole of Kona. We sat at the bar and ordered some cocktails. It was our servers birthday so we wished him a happy birthday. We decided to share a Caesar salad and some fish which was lovely but massive. We were really fortunate that there was some live music to listen to as we ate an drank. Turns out he was a Grammy award winning performer. It was so fun. He played a lot of ...

    "An endless summer in my mind"

    A travel blog entry by nessandjess on Apr 29, 2015

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    ... we were both freezing with the roof down but didn't want to put it back up so we just braved it. The whole journey we had been looking for a error station with no luck. We eventually found one at the bottom of the mountain. There was the usual panic of whether or not we needed to tip. We chose not to but the whole situation was made really comical by Jess rolling down to talk to the guy despite the roof already being down. I for some reason found it hilarious and ...

    Waipio Valley

    A travel blog entry by cth-road on Feb 27, 2015

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    After the waterfalls, we drove further North to the Waipio Valley.

    Located on the northern Hamakua Coast, the sacred Waipio Valley was the boyhood home of King Kamehameha I,and an important center for political and religious life in Hawaii. Not only is "The Valley of the Kings" an important site for Hawaiian history and culture, it's also a place of dramatic tropical beauty.

    A Long Day in the Air Mostly

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jan 25, 2015

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    ... br> After a short drive through relatively uninhabited terrain - it is night so we really couldn't see much, we arrived at the Waikoloa resort area where Kara found our hotel - we were using GPS, and we got checked in and settled in our room. I had a few rough moments trying to get wi-fi but we have our balcony door open so we can hear the gentle Hawaiian breezes. We have an ocean view but I think it is more of a lagoon ...