Pomaika'i "Lucky" Farm B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... ocean inlet filled with crystal clear heated water. Sparkling clean freshwater heated by the volcano to 90°F percolates from the ground. The gated community on this inlet incorporates the inlet into their yards like personal swimming pools. At this point, it was time to head north to Hilo for our helicopter tour. We had booked a tour on a Hughes 500D helicopter (the race car of helicopters) and we were going to do it WITH THE DOORS OFF!!! :D The helicopter is a ...
... stuck in Canada(mind you, it was only -5 C but it was still a reminder none the less, ha ha). The layover made us all the more excited to hit the South Pacific isles.
Due to a change in travel plans resulting from future employment plans, we unfortunately were only left with 8 days to explore Hawaii. We decided to split the time evenly between Hawaii and Kauai which kicked us in the pants hard to get going on the remaining goals on our list. Further to the ...
... after the market so it is all starting to fall into place. I didn't get lost on any of our own outings today! Had a lovely grilled steelhead filet with vegetable stir fry tonight. Mmm good! I am going to get up early and walk into town to check out the time it takes and the grades to see if Dianne can do that with her knee. After breakfast we are heading out to the beach to snorkel. Must review the beaches and pick one out tonight. Off to bed to ...
Today was the second day Into my trip and it was a pretty relaxing day with only one activity to do which was the Kaloko-Honokohau National Park – hike, although it was a long and tiring hike it was beautiful to see all the natural wildlife and the magnificent floral. The hike would be great for a school trip because of all the cultural environment and animals we saw on the hike. Young people would enjoy it because not only is it outdoors but it is also amazing ...
... got to the carpark to find that it was about a 45 min home each way. You can drive down there, but it is rough and is not recommended for rental vehicles. You can actually pay a man in a truck $15pp to take you down there, but we decided against it and moved on to the next spot. About 5 mins down the road we saw a sign for coffee, and decided to pop in for some lunch - it turned out to be the cutest wee cafe, called Kalae Coffe, and run by ...