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27 minutes | May 4, 2014
Top 10 Hawaii Ocean Activites
Top 10 Hawaii Ocean Activities 1. Canoe racing (Paddling) could be compared to say a softball league. - 2. Surfing - Watch out for the reefs on the BI. Oahu North Shore, Jaws in Maui. - Surf school if visiting. 3. Fishing - Boat and shore. No license required. - Kona is home to 1000 lb. Blue Marling. Ono, Wahu, Mahi Mahi. - Tell story about bringing the banana on to Steve’s boat. - Can charter at the harbor. 4. Scuba Diving - Boat and shore diving. Jack’s Diving Locker and Big Island Divers both been here long time. 5. Kayaking - Up and down the coast. Be careful up by Kawaihai or you’ll wind up in Japan. 6. Stand Up Paddle Board - Can rent near the pier. 7. Swimming 8. Snorkeling 9. Sailing - Check activity kiosk and A-Bay. 10. Kite Surfing - Up at Kiholo Bay - They look like bait to me. Fun to watch.
33 minutes | Apr 27, 2014
012 HL : Kona Resort Beaches
More photos and information about Kona resort beaches are located at the Hawaii Living Podcast .
39 minutes | Apr 19, 2014
011 HL : 15 Free Things To Do In Kona
15 Free Things To Do In Kona. This episode is heard best with head phones since I was a little too far from the microphone. Now I know... next week will be perfect.
33 minutes | Apr 12, 2014
010 HL : Kona Eateries
Kona Eateries Podcast HL Episode 010 * Kona Inn - Left side formal dinner - Right side Bar & Grill - Mud Pie * Huggo’s - Ocean Front dinner and dancing - Tourist joint next to Royal Kona Resort * Humpy’s - 135,000 beers on tap. Food OK, noisy. Old Hard Rock Cafe * Old Chart House - Now Daylight Mind Something or other. Health Food * Poncho and Lefty’s - Salty Mexican food. * Ocean View Inn - Now called? - Ocean view- Expensive - OK food. * Sam Choy’s - Good food if you can get them to serve it. * Beach Tree Grill at 4 Seasons. * Buffet at Hapuna overlooking beach. * Ruth Chris Steak House at Mauna Lani - Delicious and don’t look at the bill. * Krua - Haven’t ate there. - Thai Food - Heard it’s very good. * Annie’s Burgers up mauka, heard it’s good, never ate there. * Teshima’s - Kainaliu - Been there forever. Japanese food. - Mrs. Tashima 106 gone this year. * Outback - good service and consistent food. * Big Island Grill - Local Food. Lots of it at $10 a plate * Sushi place next to Sam’s Hide A Way is supposed to be excellent. * Mi’s up mauka for Italian. * French place at Sea View Circle. Been here forever. * Mexican place at Keauhou Shopping Center. Habiero’s? Building new place down on Walua Rd. * Bongo Ben’s * Sunday Brunch at the resorts. - Fabulous… don’t look at the bill. * Or just go to Costco and buy all your food and don’t eat out and save. * Quinn’s By The Sea. Good food, park across the street at the hotel and get validated parking. When in doubt, check reviews on Trip Advisor.
43 minutes | Apr 6, 2014
HL 009 : Why We Think Big Island Is No Ka Oi
Though never having lived on the other islands, I've been to Maui, Oahu and Kauai. - I will give my observations about them and why I think the big island is better. You've been to Molokai for the canoe race, so you can give that perspective. I think the only island we're missing is Lanai, which Larry Elisson just bought and is revamping. Me, Maui is like Southern Ca. with water around it. It's where the whales migrate to every year. They have monster surf at JAWS. Oprah has a place there. Jim Neighbors lives there. Oahu is too many people. 2nd worst traffic in the nation. They are building rail to relieve that somewhat. But has all the history of Pearl Harbor. The surfing mecca of the North Shore. Polynesian Cultural Center. Military bases. Ala Moana was the largest shopping mall in the nation at the time it was built. Use to be you had to go there for any serious shopping. Diamond Head - What a view! But you have to be in good shape to make the climb. Kauai, AKA- Chicken island. Beautiful beaches. Rainiest place on the planet. Jurrasic Park was filmed there and Jurrassic World is going to be filmed there. If you ever seen some of the bugs here, it's not that much of a stretch... We used to like traveling interisland when it was cheaper and easier, pre 9-11. I think my favorite way to see the various islands now would be by cruise ship. Only pack and unpack once. My take on why the big island is best. It's rural like Kauai, but there's a lot more room here. I compare it to living in Orange county size wise. I used to only leave about once a year. It's less hustle and bustle. It has the best scuba diving and snorkeling. It used to be down right cheap to live here compared to living in Ca.
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