Fragrant Tree Inn

Address: Po Box 1051, Captain Cook, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96704-1051, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Captain Cook

The Actual Last Day

A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Aug 03, 2015

18 photos

... and just... hopped off the boat and into the water. It still blows my mind how easy it was. Armed with our snorkel gear, we floated around for over an hour checking out the reef and coral. It really is amazing down there, like a different planet. The variety of life is stunning. There's a fish that looks like a rainbow - we think it's where some of the Hawaiian Magic comes from. We saw well over 30 kinds of fish and marine life, all while calmly floating in the warmest blue-green ...


A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 24, 2015

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... lovely little hitch hike driver from earlier! She saw us walking and knew she had to pull over and give us a ride! DO YOU BELIEVE ME YET ABOUT THE MAGIC? No? Okay. Watch this. We get to Discovery Antiques and the woman is happy to get us some ice cream. This ice cream has been met with rave reviews and even made it into a Hawaiian Big Island book I've been reading. And boy, does it stand up. I got Lilikoi sorbet and a toasted coconut ice cream. Meg got Macadamia nut and - ...

Come Along on the Banana Boat!

A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 03, 2015

23 photos

... the banana boat Aloha, Meg here! A brief recap on my day, I spent this morning doing two things I've done here before: picking up fallen fruit and picking over ripened coffee beans. However, the cool thing about this morning was that I did it all solo! Being able to have Bonnie or Tara say," Go do ______!" And knowing what they mean is a great feeling! This afternoon, like Jack mentioned above, was spent in one of the four banana rows. I agree ...

"Hope for the best, and make peace with the rest."

A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jun 29, 2015

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We made it. This is unreal. It's like a totally different planet. I feel like I'm dreaming. Is this real life? I really am having the most surreal, sublime moment just taking it all in. Save for the mosquito bites. I'm gonna be spending my days covered head to toe to keep from being bit. We took a brief tour of only 2 acres of the farm and I got bit - literally, not hyperbolically - 18 times. Yet I STILL can't stop grinning like an idiot, that's how magical this ...

Sittin' on the dock of the bay

A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 05, 2015

4 comments, 25 photos

... thing here and they really wanted to do that to be able to swim with a manta ray. But they got to do it for free yesterday and are super pumped about it. :) We brought a cooler with lunch fixins out with us, and they were eating lunch by 10:30 already! Hard work playing in the bay. ;-) There were no dolphins yesterday. We saw them jumping and spinning in the bay on Sun but the kids didn't have the kayaks or boards with them so didn't get to get closer. They come around a lot so ...

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