Fragrant Tree Inn

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

Where does time go?

A travel blog entry by cynthiabraka on Jul 20, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... all also have a different part of the reef they go to for food. Some eat off the bottom, some turn on their sides and nibble at the under part of the coral. Some of the fish just follow closely other fish and eat what is stirred up by them. Then I thought, 'these guys aren't looking at each other saying, 'oh I wish I looked like him', or 'wow, do you see that color yellow she's wearing, how do I get that?' No, they just go about life as ...

Something you should put on your bucket list

A travel blog entry by lmules on May 13, 2014

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This morning we had a sleep in, as we'd been up so early the last few days. Woke up to lots of sun, so we went to the pool for a few hours - played some volleyball, went down the slide etc. After that we thought we should go into Kona town for a bit of a look. Craig is getting pretty good at driving around here... It's harder than you'd think when you don't really know the give-way rules etc - I definitely recommend ...

Captain Cook

A travel blog entry by barbo on Dec 12, 2013

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... where cane once grew and it was very tropical looking, areas of tropical rain forests, up to the Pololu Valley which was a very deep ravine going down to the coast covered by tropical rainforest and some islands off shore looking like the apostles off the Victorian coastline. We then drove through beautiful verdant pastures with fat black angus cattle which was such a contrast to the barren lava flows only an hours drive away. ...

Five Days in Hawaii

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Nov 26, 2013

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... formed about 300,000 years ago on the east side of Honolulu. In the early 1900s the military established a coastal defense site on the summit, now it is a state park. Greg and I hiked up to the top, on a trail that is 1.3 km long and climbs 171 m. It was a fairly tough hike but well worth the effort as the panoramic views were incredible.

Sunday: Nawiliwili, Kauai

We spent the day on Kauai, one of the smaller Hawaiian islands. One of the features of the island ...

Swimming with a turtle :-)

A travel blog entry by mickbarstow on Aug 09, 2013

In the morning we drove back north to the town of Kailua-Kona, home of Ironman Triathlon. It's a really nice place with lots of shops and good restaurants overlooking the sea, just what we've been looking for. Walked around for a good couple of hours and had some delicious smoothies at Bubba Gump. Back to Kealakekua for some more snorkeling, this time we were lucky enough to swim with a turtle.

Back to Kailua for dinner at Bubba's, very enjoyable.


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