Alii Villas Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews Alii Villas Resort Kailua-Kona
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... Mike Rowe at their plantation from a couple of months ago. He is dude from Dirtiest jobs on the Discovery Channel. The tour was great as we saw the workers right beside us. They were on their iPhones until the alarm went and they needed to move, transfer coffee or do something important. We left there and stopped at a golf club for lunch at 3 pm. Clubhouse was closed but the lady offered to make us a Sammie. ...
... taxi it was, if we wanted to make our flight. Sigh. At least we got there in time and hopped on our plane without issue. The flight itself was spectacular: we cruised directly over Molo’kai and Maui before getting some great views of Mauna Kea and landing on the east side of the island of Hawai’i.
Our next task was to pick up our rental car. More headaches. We will never again book through a 3rd ...
... lead character was fantastic; his voice carried the entire play. Other actors held their own, but this guy... he had something special.
Possibly the greatest part of the show was the inevitable irony that must come when trying to produce plays such as these on a small island; there were a number of actors that were native-born Hawaiians.... playing Jewish characters. It was ...
... watch the sunset. This place apparently is ideal for doing astronomy related research. Every top research organization has a big telescope at the summit. Greg told us the history of the place and who built what scope, etc. Unfortunately I cannot remember all :-( The summit was 13000 feet above sea level. Aside from feeling more tired than usual when walking, Bob and I did not feel any discomfort. There were quite a lot of people at the summit. The sunset was nice but it was hard ...
... smaller airport, and no issues with security), picked up another Jeep, and headed north for our next resort... The Hilton Waikoloa. Big place. Not tall building big, but huge area kind of big. This place has a train and a boat going back and forth so you can get to your room. Pools everywhere, and a much bigger lagoon than the one in Waikiki. We found our room, dumped our bags, and went to the closest pool (which had three waterslides). Zac spent ages here with a kid from ...
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