Hilo, on the east side of the Big Island of Hawaii, is the precious last living remnant of old Hawaii. Completely unlike every other large town in Hawaii, Hilo is a place to connect with the land and the locals. You won't find the hustle and bustle of the tourist-driven culture here, and you won't find the fancy hotels and restaurants.
From the Hilo Travel Guide
I have never seen a hostel with beter character/climate. You can meet there very interesting people. too bad that there are... cockroaches of 10 cm running around :/ ... more
Hästa Does Hilo
Our day in Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii today was rainy (not surprising, since they get almost 140 inches of rain a year!).We walked in the warm Hawaiian rain for almost 5 miles, into the town of Hilo (pop. 42,000) and around the streets where the locals live. The black sand along the shore ...
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