Pahala Plantation Cottages

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

      Sunsest and Star Gazing at Mauna Kea

      A travel blog entry by journeyer on Dec 21, 2013

      39 photos

      ... time at the summit as there is 40% less oxygen up there and then return down to the visitor center area for star gazing. So we’re quite happy. We wandered around the visitor center and found a great promontory for the sunset – it was uncanny how the fog cleared just before sunset and we got the sensation of being above the clouds and seeing the colors of the sun set. We then joined in ...

      Volcanoes, Rainbows... and Ghosts?

      A travel blog entry by chrisandteri on Nov 07, 2013

      3 comments, 26 photos

      ... to an area of ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs (simple rock etchings) that shed light on ancient culture and way of life. After viewing the carvings we retraced our steps back toward the car. Chris and Caitlin were ahead of Ted and me, and overtook an older couple who were walking more slowly back to the highway. Ted and I followed the couple for a few minutes before they stepped aside to allow us to pass them. The man said to Ted something ...

      Day Nine: Volcano, Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by mcredohl on Jul 04, 2013

      24 photos

      ... historic fireplace is a flea compared to the elephant of the gigantic volcano you can see fuming out the window.

      One of the things on our bucket list is to stay in as many national park lodges as we can. In researching lodges, it seems that some of the lodges are not well maintained nor do they offer quality meals. It seems that the NPS operates under the premise that the lodging and food prices have to be comparable to the ...

      Where's the bacon?

      A travel blog entry by mham on Apr 12, 2013

      40 photos

      ... It was 6.5 miles before we arrived to what we came for. The only signs of life were the beacons set on the highest lava minds to guide hikers back after dark.

      We approached a cliff that overlooked a treacherous black sand beach where the lava was entering the ocean, and the source of steam was billowing out. The wind was blowing the steam and sulfur dioxide westerly directly at us, so we could not see the lava yet. The black ...

      Something like you have never seen....

      A travel blog entry by amandai on Jan 21, 2013

      5 photos

      ... in a Florida-esque beautiful old person's condo at a place called The Whaler. We were able to go to Safeway (and get a SAFEWAY CARD, oh the savings...) buy some groceries and then start planning our days here in Maui.

      We are also, in honor of both our grandparents and the funny memories we have of old Florida condos,as well as imagining how we will feel at 100 years old together, are planning ...