Aloha Cottages

Address: 4899-A Waiakalua Street, Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii, 96754, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on 4899-A Waiakalua Street, Kilauea, is near Limahuli Gardens, Limahuli Garden and Preserve, Kilauea Lighthouse, and Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens.
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      Travel Blogs from Kilauea

      The Hike

      A travel blog entry by tonshow on Oct 21, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... 160;My blue shirt is soaked in sweat and I am half brown from mud along with my hair being out of sorts. I walked like the guy from the movie Shocker at this point and there was no denying it. I'm not sure at what point I hurt the muscle in my leg but know it was before the final 3 miles because it hurt that whole time. I believe it may have been from one of the many slips on the trail because the whole trail was slippery due to the mud. ...

      Soaring Like Eagles (1980)

      A travel blog entry by lizonya on Aug 15, 2014

      5 photos

      ... I hear spacey music. Ugh, I feel nauseous. Normally, I would love Steve Miller’s song, ‘Fly Like an Eagle, but not now.’”

      “Please turn off that music!” I beg Red. I’ll never eat another marijuana brownie in my life, I pledge myself. Thank goodness Pinky saved my life.

      Epilogue

      In a few days, we learn that the Kauai Electric was soaked in orange peelings to give it ...

      The end of Mokihana

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Apr 01, 2014

      21 photos

      ... did not have any answers – eventually I hung up and she called back to ask if she had solved my problem and I told her NO. Now I am mad and not sure what to do. We finished packing and decided to go to their ticket counter at airport. Well, it was closed and empty and they would not be back till 7 pm, when their plane was boarding. No help to us. As we were leaving I decided it would do no harm to ask at Hawaiian Air, and we did. A very nice ...

      Hawaii day 8

      A travel blog entry by aammons1992 on Jan 02, 2014

      1 photo

      Bananas are classified as an herb. We went to our VIP Luau tonight in the rain but it was still good. I tried Pou, a traditional sauce which taste like a bland refried bean. The guide said most people don't like it when they try it but I didn't mind. It tastes like whatever you put it on. Then the show started. It was supposedly the best luau on the islands. The fire dance was unique because the use both ...

      Sea Turtles and Sabers

      A travel blog entry by jeneric on Nov 06, 2013

      2 photos

      ... shop that came highly recommended for great sandwiches, and Nate and I kept playing, switching between the surf and the sand. He was having fun and everyone on the beach wanted to say hi to him! After lunch and more playtime, Nate and I took a walk on the beach (he was in the carrier), and he fell asleep for a short nap. The beach was amazing. The farther along you walked, it got quieter and quieter, to the point that some people had entire stretches of it to themselves. Because ...