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September 03, 2008


Sharon - Aloha

What a great blog about the best way to see The Big Island! I would add though, that the hike down into the Pololu Valley is not an easy one - much easier going down than coming back up! If you're in good shape and used to hiking it's not bad and well worth the effort.


One great place to visit that is definitely a must for adults and kids is the Kona Historical Society's Living History Program. They're located in Kealakekua on the Kona side. They have an interactive 1880's general store, a stone oven baking program every Thursday and a working Kona coffee farm set in the 1930's. It's not the boring museum experience at all! There is also Greenwell's Coffee Farm next door to them where you can sample 100% Kona coffee and go for a tour of their processing buildings for free. Well worth the stop!

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