Alii Villas Resort
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... the cooling lava are pretty amazing and there is little to no vegetation.
Tuesday we ventured up the Kona coast to the Mauna Lani Resort to play golf. The course was awesome. A number of the holes are right on the ocean and there is black lava everywhere. The contrasting colours of the green grass, blue ocean and black lava made for an unforgettable golfing experience. We played after lunch as a twosome and it was like we had our own private course which really allowed us to ...
... and saw lots of cool fish, just like in an aquarium - awesome! We've got another couple of days here, and we're off to the summit of Mauna Kea tomorrow night so hopefully if won't be misty and we can get a good view of the stars. And finally top travel tip number two is that to always remember to put sun tan lotion on your face especially if you're wearing sunglasses - Josie has very nice panda eyes tonight!! Ha ...
... the ocean.
The most amazing experience so far has been a night snorkel with manta rays. The grace and elegance of these creatures is mind-blowing. We were so close to them that we could have reached out and touched them. I've never seen anything so beautiful.
We're now heading to the hottest part of Hawaii, the active volcano in Volcano National Park.
... coast east of Honolulu. We walked up a beautiful but blisteringly hot trail to a lighthouse, where we had excellent views of the ocean from O’ahu’s southeastern most point. Needing to cool off, we jumped in the ocean at Sandy Beach Park, where Garrett gracefully body surfed the rather large waves while both of us were thoroughly pummeled. It was exhilarating. Garrett dropped us off back at our hostel and we had a ...
What makes the Fair Winds so spectacular is that the liner has the only mooring rights in kealekekua bay so its only those on the boat (and perhaps some hikers/kayakers) that you have to share the waters with. The bay is exceptionally sheltered so the waters are as calm as an Arizona swimming pool; you are free to splash around with no worries of getting slammed into the nearby cliff side.
Robert, Tom, Lynn and I spent about ...
Other places to stay in Kailua-Kona
78-7190 Kaleiopapa Street, Kailua-Kona | 3 star villafrom $154
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