Kohala Village Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I woke to a beautiful quiet golf course outside of our lanai. We went back to the rental place to have them put the top up and lo and behold the top was broken when the first guy took the top down. We finally are on our way to sight see, New jeep with a top that works. We headed north on route 19 to Hawii, passing by spectacular views. We stopped at pupoka and walked out to the beach, then pulled into Hapuna beach, but we decided to save that for another day. ...
... friends over for dinner and went all out in her preparations. She cooks the best meals, and Dighton always rocks the grill. We also had some trout that he had caught in New Zealand. I met a pretty authentic surfer, and got to talk about some very interesting Samoan and Local Hawaiian topics. I'll definitely be heading back to do some surfing with this guy soon. We also learned that mai-kai'i (my-ky-ee) means all ...
... begin with). We slept the whole way back all cosy in our Parker jackets, which I really didn't want to give back when we returned to sea level, though Jim was right - despite it being nearly midnight, we were back to a stickier and warmer climate.
That was without a doubt one of the most exciting things we've both ever done. Viewing the stars and planets really does remind you ...
After our amazing day at volcano national park and how sunny the day was forecasted we decided that today had to be a beach day!
And because of how sunny it was we decided it was a roof down kind of day. After our palaver in Vegas ...
... its recent history on the island. Through our work, we not only reduced our carbon footprint but we also got to help in the restoration process of these native ecosystems.
Wednesday, we talked more about the special geological features of the island. We observed some olivine xenoliths (called this because they are uncommonly formed) in the basalt on the roadside, which was interesting. These crystals were formed underground in the magma, and ...