Kohala Village Inn

55-514 Hawi Rd., Hawi, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96719, United States | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Hawi

    Beautiful hike in Pololu Valley

    A travel blog entry by erwin_monique on May 13, 2013

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    We are heading towards the end of the vacation. We are taking it more slow in the morning and don't get going until 9 am.
    Also this morning. We got up around 8 and made our breakfast. Actually a nice breakfast with fresh self baked croissants, some yogurt and orange juice. Erwin had his coffee and I had my tea. There were some birds keeping us company... no doubt hoping for some food crumbs or more.

    Like I said we didn't get going until 9 or maybe ...

    Run, Dolphin, RUN!

    A travel blog entry by mham on Apr 09, 2013

    30 photos

    ... BBQ pork and a sweeter bread. It was very tasty! The coco puffs were not a cereal, they were actually a chocolate filled creme puff with a delicious Chantilly creme frosting over the top.

    After the filling breakfast, we relaxed around the table and talked. I helped clean up the mess from breakfast so we could get on our way and see cool things for the day.

    We left the condo and made our way up to the Northernmost part ...

    Our Northern Adventure

    A travel blog entry by hawaii2013 on Apr 08, 2013

    6 photos

    We drove up to the Northern most part of the Big Island today - truly amazing views and sights ! we enjoyed some fun shopping in Hawi with really nice shopkeepers and then drove up to Kohala and had lunch @ Minnie's. Great local food - for me a fabulous cheeseburger and a nice fish sandwich for Kristine. After a little more driving, it was on to the gorgeous Pololu Valley ...

    Hawi and Sunset at Mahukona Beach Park

    A travel blog entry by annlevy on Feb 01, 2013

    16 photos

    Today we decided to take it easy and stay at the Four Seasons. After a lovely breakfast where we saw a whale breach (jump) clear out of the ocean (far in the distance, but still exciting), we went to see the small sharks in the hotel pond being fed. Once they grow larger they will be released into the ocean. We learned that the pond used to be filled with the tiny orange/red Hawaiian shrimp and that it looked like the pond was lined with red velvet. A tsunami hit in 2011 ...

    Tsunami Evacuation

    A travel blog entry by keith.robinson on Oct 28, 2012

    2 photos

    A lot has happened since I last posted a blog... In fact, within hours of posting the previous entry, noteworthy events occurred that sent us on an unplanned adventure.

    The morning after my previous blog entry, we awoke before the sun had risen above the horizon, to find our campground neighbors - a local couple named Heidi and Poko - had left us a treat: two fresh coconuts! Poko, a Hawaiian fellow who spoke Pidgin, had managed ...