Koa Kea Hotel & Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Dive day in Koloa Landing with Scuba Steve. Dive briefing at 7:30. In the water by 8:15. Water viz was a little cloudy after huge rainstorm last night. Probably some runoff from the river that empties into the bay. According to Steve, water was like glass yesterday but today there was some surge, even at depth. Both dives were good. It was fun to …
It could either be called the St. Regis or "Out-regis". (In the best possible way). We are nestled in our room which overlooks the Hanalei Bay. The difference between the north end of the island and the south end is quite pronounced. It is much more lush up here and the amount of greenery is astounding. ...
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When we got back to the ship we immediately took a cab to Hilton Hawaiian Village on Waikiki Beach to meet Christina Mazzeri, one of Susan's roommates from college, who runs all food and beverage operations at the Hilton. We had a nice visit and late lunch and then got back to the ship. When we got back we had the mandatory muster drill after which we both fell asleep. We had a late dinner ...
Never fun to leave a place that you are enjoying so much - but all good things must eventually come to an end. I finished packing….everything fit no problem. I hung out by the pool for the morning since the skies were sunny and blue, but then sadly it was time to jump into Skippy and head to the airport, after filling up the tank. I put gas in the car twice during my time here - each time I paid $30. I ...
... and water were totally calm. We had cinnamon buns, fresh fruit and coffee and we were on our way. In the first half hour we saw a number of spinner dolphins and then dropped the anchor just off the coast from an old sugar mill to do some snorkelling. The reef and fish were slightly disappointing compared to places like the GBR and Namotu in Fiji, mainly because of the lack of live coral, so luckily some green ...