Pahala Plantation Cottages

Address: Maile St., Pahala, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96777, United States | Ranch
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    Travel Blogs from Pahala

    Alpha-Bits and Pieces

    A travel blog entry by jackandmeg on Jul 15, 2015

    1 photo

    ... And all vowels are pronounced individually. That sounds sort of funny to say, so let me explain. The vowels in Hawaiian are pronounced the same way they are in Spanish (or other romantic) languages. So in general: A - ah E - ay I - ee O - oh U - oo And each one is pronounced in the word. Which means that a word like "Kealakekua" looks terrifying, but is actually simple if you break it down by vowel. Ke-a-la-ke-ku-a = Kay-ahh-la-kay-coo-ahh And that's the name of the big ...

    "One life, live free, big dreams"

    A travel blog entry by nessandjess on May 02, 2015

    7 photos

    ... kept them flat by my side to avoid them naturally stretching out horizontally to hit the water. Ness snapped the whole fall so that we could see my failed landing. On hitting the water I was relieved that I'd made it, panicked that my feet might hit the rocks on the seabed, proud of myself, and also in a heck of a lot of pain! I came up quicker than I thought I would, and I could see the bright sunlight through the clear water and my closed lids. It felt amazing coming up ...

    A hui hou (until next time)

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 30, 2015

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... is back up to the high 70's and the rain usually stops. The things we wanted to see in Hilo were the Pacific Tsunami Museum, the Pana'ewa Zoo, and the Mauna Loa Maacadamia Nut Visitor Center & processing plant. Pacific Tsunami Museum Hilo has experienced two major tsunamis, one in 1946 and another in 1960. There is a lot of worry that the current generation forgets about the tsunamis. The Pacific Tsunami Museum has interesting exhibits about ...

    These are a few of my favorite things

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 27, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... chair in front if his big screen TV, beer in hand. Life is good. We are into our last week in Hawaii. We're pretty much ready to head home, but there are a few things (besides the obvious weather and beauty of the place) that we'll miss. One is the little creatures - the geckos that visit us every day on the lanai, especially to sample our drinks or to lick the sweat off the outside of our glasses. And our kitchen gecko. Pretty sure none of the rest of you can ...

    Malama 'aina (Care for this sacred land)

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Mar 20, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... she suggested it as another rental, I booked it thinking it was closer to Volcanoes National Park & Hilo. But, as Lorraine would say, it's not fatal. We've got nothing but time and a convertible with unlimited mileage over the next two weeks. ;-) We're between two small villages with simple amenities like basic groceries, a bank, two restaurants, churches, and the dangerously close Punalu'u Portugese sweetbread bakery. The condos are older, but our unit has had ...