Aloha Paradise Inn

44-633 Kaneohe Bay Drive, Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Kaneohe

Relaxation Day

A travel blog entry by erikandaurea

... floaty, which has a cooler in the middle. 'Twas a good day of drinking, chatting, and staring at the beautiful mountains from the floaty. Later in the evening, Matt and Amrita made us a dinner of ribeye steaks smothered in a arugula and pistachio compound butter, with a side of kolrabi. Delish. Tomorrow's our last day! :( The rest of the trip is gonna be great ...

Moving

A travel blog entry by steve88

5

Aloha. So today i finally moved on from the north shore to Waikiki. The moment we pulled into town I knew I wanted to be back on the north shore but oh well it's been alright so far. So today after checking in and sussing out the local area I hiked up to diamond head which is a good 6 mile hike up a mountain that overlooks Waikiki. My little chicken legs struggled. Turns out today was lei day as well so that's cool, although I am still yet to receive my lei, need to get ...

Aloha!

A travel blog entry by niccis

2
18

... i was expecting.
We went to get some suncream from the ABC store for our pool activities later that day and couldn't go past buying some bud and wine. I love alcohol in normal stores, the best!
The super pool seemed like the best pool to go to but as soon as we got there, it got cold and windy. Matt forgot his ID at the room and wasn't served a drink at the pool bar. I had a nice blue hawaiian to go with the theme of it. The potency of it made it hard to ...

Light and Energy

A travel blog entry by gypsybelle49

... station (photo in Local Yokels).

Then today, cruising the shore, we passed a wind farm. It was small, maybe a dozen wind turbines.

Renewable energy everywhere! It is terrific. When you pause to think about it, it makes sense as well. Hawaii has no fossil fuels - no coal, no oil. Both need to be shipped from mainland, meaning it is pricey. The cheapest gas I've seen is $3.99 and usually it ...

Local yokels

A travel blog entry by gypsybelle49

58

... ice cream for dessert. I also buy lemonade (mason jars), honey, coffee, and cilantro dip. The market was amazing! We end up in Macy's for a knife to cut our produce with, and a pineapple corer. Back to base. Buy some Glad ware to function as bowls and for packing lunch. Also got a wine/ bottle opener. And I have decided to move to Hawaii. I'll be homeless, sleeping in a hammock. I'll long board round town and be a ...

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This inn, located on 44-633 Kaneohe Bay Drive, Kaneohe, is near Wild Side Specialty Tours, Halona Blowhole, Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden, and Kawai Nui Marsh.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good