The Lodge at Keneohe Bay

Address: Marine Corps Base, Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii, United States | Lodge
 
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Location

This lodge, located on Marine Corps Base, Kaneohe, is near Byodo-In Temple, Wild Side Specialty Tours, Valley of the Temples, and Laie Beach Park.
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        Travel Blogs from Kaneohe

        Aloha

        A travel blog entry by iancowden on Aug 26, 2015

        1 comment, 23 photos

        ... then arrived a few days after us. Sat 22ndWe watched the fireworks on the beach at the Hilton Hawaiian Village resorts and then went off with everyone to PJ Changs for Kum Pow Chicken, Yum.

        Sun 23rd Aug
        Up at before sparrow’s **** to get to the marina. Today is game fishing day and the six of us arrived to go out on the Ruckus with Captain Mac and his offsider Chip. We hired the boat for a half day and after about half an ...

        Last week

        A travel blog entry by nairnboy on Jun 24, 2015

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... great restaurant she had been to -so we went. Where we parked on Front Street (the main street) there was a rough looking bar and grill place but behind it was Pacific'o. It was right on the shore and we were there at sunset. The service was superb and the meal lovely- we will come back next time in Maui. We left and went to the magic show Warren and Annabelle's. We were given a key and left in an entrance hall with 4 doors to discover how to get into the place..... They ...

        Luau, parasailing and submarine

        A travel blog entry by sommer-days on May 13, 2015

        27 photos

        ... to be a big, commercial, touristy luau.

        A luau is a traditional Hawaiian party or feast usually accompanied by music and hula dancing, and is held for weddings, birthdays, celebrations etc, and where family and friends get together. It features food such as poi (taro), kalua pig, fish, BBQ chicken, teriyaki beef & salads (or sides as they are called here) such as pineapple coleslaw, potato salad etc. Our package also included 3 ...

        Buses and Diamonds

        A travel blog entry by olytrains on Mar 17, 2015

        2 comments, 12 photos

        ... truck at the trail head. By now the day was beginning to heat up.
        As we arrived back at the bus stop, the bus pulled in and we (good timing) and we were on our way back to Waikiki. Hey, we're getting pretty good at getting around on the bus. We get the senior rate of $1.00, so it's really cheap too.
        The rest of the day we spent browsing the shops and laying on the beach. The surf was up so there was lots of entertainment out on the water. ...

        Fire Alarms, Pink Trolleys and Ukuleles

        A travel blog entry by laurenlowe on May 14, 2014

        1 photo

        ... the waves pull me in and out, and I enjoyed the sun warming my body. I got a massive sunburn on my face, shoulders, and arms, but the heat felt amazing and I didn't mind.

        At 4PM, we rode the Pink Trolley to the Ala Moana Center, about fifteen minutes from our hotel. With public transportation severely lacking in Montana, my Hawaiian trolley ride was super crowded and super fun in comparison. There was no where to sit, so I stood in the ...