Monthly Archives: August 2010

Tour the Big Islands Hawaii Belt Road IV

Our next destination along the Hawaii Belt Road is the southernmost town in the United States, Naʻālehu. Along the way, we will veer off the Hawaii Belt Road to visit Papakolea Beach, the Big Island’s green sand beach. The green … Continue reading

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Go Surfing Now… Don’t Watch the Dow!

Go Surfing Now!  Don’t Watch The DOW! I probably don’t need to tell you, but I may need to remind you, that there is another world out there, very easy to reach and a better deal than ever.  Hawaii has … Continue reading

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Tour the Big Islands Hawaii Belt Road III

Our next stop is known as the last Hawaiian fishing village on the Big Island, the ocean side community of Milolii.  Once a thriving fishing village, most of the original village was destroyed by flowing lava in 1927. Many of … Continue reading

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Tour the Big Island’s Hawaii Belt Road II

The next stop on our tour is Kealakekua Bay, where Captain Cook first discovered the island in 1778 and was eventually killed in the same place. A monument and a plaque are tribute Captain Cook. Kealakekua Bay is known for … Continue reading

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Tour the Big Island’s Hawaii Belt Road

Acclaimed to be “one of the World’s most scenic drives” by Four Season’s Magazine, the Big Island’s Hawaii Belt Road is filled with more variety than any place on Earth. Join us as we travel the circumference of the Big … Continue reading

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