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Travel Blogs from Kailua-Kona
... beaches, amazing waterfalls, sprawling ranchland, coffee, fruit and nut farms, crystal clear calm waters, angry surf, silly mongooses, wonderful peaceful honu, grazing cattle, and the world's finest astronomical observatory. It's called the BIG Island, but that's a lot of diversity packed into 4,000 sq miles. Sound big? Saskatchewan has 252,000 sq miles ... that's divide by 4, carry the 1 ... 63 times bigger than the Big Island. What!? Well, it's been ...
... behind her. She let him catch up, then he climbed on board with her. :) It reminded us of Maddex, who rides the paddleboard with Brie at Katepwa Lake. :) We also spent some time at Kamakahonu Beach. It's a tiny beach in front of King Kamehameha Beach Hotel by the heiau (the temple in my last post), and is one of the calmest beaches on the island. My nephew Adam and his family (from Saskatoon) will be living on the Big Island for 6 months later this ...
Of all the things Holy Spirit has been revealing to me in the past couple days one I am going to camp on is this. I am responsible before God for my family. I will pray for them and intercede as led. I will storm the gates of heaven for them and stand in the gap where they are being harmed. I will take this seriously and keep on praying, at all times, in the spirit for them.
Bless you all for sticking it out with me. I love you ...
... Once that was out of the way we took off using the motor for about 30 minutes. We were given flippers and a mask. Andrew was impressed because they had a tub full of different prescription masks for people who wear glasses. We were first in and Andrew brought his go pro with him. The water was beautiful and warm but cooling from the day, I couldn't see myself ever wanting to get out. The fish and coral were breath taking. We saw a whole array of different fish, the colours ...
... I was put in a small group and then we travelled by boat out to a great big coral reef. The crew and instructor took us through waters to see dolphins, manta rays, tropical fish, turtles and even a whale shark. The instructor showed the group how to do some basic breathing skills, showed us the right way to use snorkelling equipment and outlined safety procedures while underwater. This would be good for a school group because safety ...
Other places to stay in Kailua-Kona
75-5660 Palani Road, Kailua-Kona | 3 star hotelfrom $150
- No no no no no!!!! Don't stay here!
- Not the value you hoped for...
- My Wife Remembers
75-5646 Palani Road, Kailua-Kona | 2 star hotelfrom $107
- Hidden Quality
- Stayed there for 13 days
- Excellent budget hotel
75-5739 Alii Dr., Kailua-Kona | 2 star hotelfrom $119
- If you are on a budget......
- Never Again
- Pleasant Stay
78-7190 Kaleiopapa Street, Kailua-Kona | 3 star hotelfrom $135
75-6000 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona | 2 star hotelfrom $46
- NOT alot of Bang for your Buck
- Right on the water in Sea Village condo #3317
- Nice, quiet place
75-5968 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona | 2 star hotelfrom $56
- Not special
- The Pearl of Kona