Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Christmas traditions in Kona are decidedly "island style." One of the ways kamaainas (residents) usher in the holidays is to make wreaths, leis and floral arrangements from natural flora that grows on the Big Island — everything from lehua blossoms, coconut husk and orchids to norfolk pine, Christmas berry, hibiscus, palapalai ferns, protea, ti leaves and more. Last year at Holualoa Inn, our Christmas tree was decorated entirely in white orchids with elegant simplicity.
Holualoa Inn rings in the holidays in style. Our Kona bed-and-breakfast inn offers a cozy, elegant setting for experiencing the season. You can even hang your stockings on our fireplace!
Innkeeper Holualoa Inn
Posted by Cassandra Hazen at 6:48 PM