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 Kilauea Lighthouse, Limahuli Gardens, Limahuli Garden and Preserve, and Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Kilauea

    Napali coast tour

    A travel blog entry by 2praskies on Jul 23, 2014

    ... cruised further up the coast and saw some amazing caves on the shoreline. And then it was time for lunch. The crew grilled us some great burgers and salads. After lunch we made our way back. We rode through one rainstorm which was quite fun! Brian laid on the trampoline facing out from the bough. He got HOSED by the salt water and had quite a ride. It provided entertainment for the entire ...

    The end of Mokihana

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Apr 01, 2014

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    ... last year, but this worked! Lots of big fish today, but the murky water made viewing difficult. Sunned for a bit to dry off, then walked the beach for a while. Phil swam again. Back home to relax and then started a walk on our shoreline but ran into Dennis, a guy Phil has been talking with, and we talked till it began to rain a bit, and then harder so we gave up on the walk. Later took the car and drove to Pau Hana for a couple of drinks before going ...

    Sea Turtles and Sabers

    A travel blog entry by jeneric on Nov 06, 2013

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    ... 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 ...

    Day 6 - Kauai

    A travel blog entry by binbali on Sep 26, 2013

    ... place too,we couldn't decide what to get so we ordered Fish tacos ( Ono which means delicious) they were flour tortilla and te Burrito ( called Andy Irons Burrito cause it was his favourite before he died) we shared both,the fish tacos were out of this world crazy good and burrito was great too but fish taco winner hands down! Next we were meant to see the waterfalls but. Started to flog down so we skipped it and came ...

    Hanakapiai Beach

    A travel blog entry by slhodge78 on Jul 18, 2013

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    ... was very scenic, but I really preferred the South shore more. It was strange that there were so many one lane bridges on such a vital road. I only know of one bridge like that near where I live and it is not on the only route out of a place. I was nervous riding on the narrow roads with the mountain on one side and the ocean on the other. The worst part was the double one-lane bridge. The railing on that bridge makes it really difficult to see if a car ...