Pomaika'i "Lucky" Farm B&B

83-5465 Mamalahoa Hwy, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Captain Cook

Kona, Big Island - don't discuss Dante's Peak!

A travel blog entry by lmules


... it was a Boeing, so not too much bouncing around but I do hate runways that are super close to the water! Kona Airport is suuuuper cute - much more tropical feeling and friendly. We had pre-booked a Jeep with Thrifty, and the depots are a wee way from the airport, so you get picked up by a cool thrifty van. When I booked the Wrangler it was about $395 USD for the 5 days, and I thought the insurance might be $100 - $150, but no... It ...

Captain Cook

A travel blog entry by barbo


... harvest festival for the Polynesian god Lono, and coincidentally the form of Cook's ship, sails and rigging, resembled certain significant artefacts that formed part of the season of worship. On the beach, we saw the monument where Captain Cook buried one of his men which was the first English service in Hawaii. After a month's stay, he resumed his exploration however, the ship's foremast broke, so the ships returned for ...

Big Island Day 2

A travel blog entry by mcmahon2010


... vents. The steam vents are formed when ground water seeps through to the volcanic rock below. The steam bursts back to the surface through holes in the ground. On the drive up it looks like a lot of bush fires or spot fires are burning,however it is just the steam rising up from below the surface. On arrival you are able to get up close and really feel the heat from these vents. Like standing in front of a large boiling kettle! On our ...

Good beer, Great dinner with good friends

A travel blog entry by piming


... Laura even bought the $9 white pineapples for us as dessert. It's not quite ripe yet!

Back to hotel. Trying to figure out what kayak/snorkeling company we'll go with when we leave for Maui tomorrow. Curtis was long in la-la land.......

I think we'll pass the Manago breakfast tomorrow, even though it's only $6 with papaya, lots of food....don't think our stomach could handle more food after tonight's dinner!


Day Seven: Kaloko-Honokohau HNP

A travel blog entry by mcredohl


... in with the tide, they were channeled into a large pond. From there, the people could harvest their fish.
Our next stop was the Fish Trap. We parked by the marina next door, then carried our beach chairs to the beach. We saw at least 12 turtles just hanging out in the shallows. Most were small-ish, maybe 2-3 feet long, but a huge older turtle beached himself several times, almost saying “look at me”. The rule is to keep at least ...

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