A Beautiful Edge of the World B&B
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We spent three nights there and everything was just wonderful. The house, the hosts, their hospitality and lovely coffee from their farm. The house has a fabulous view.
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... and moved it up the slope. He stopped about half way up the mountain, unloaded and reassembled the church. moved what he could of St. Francis Regis Chapel to upper Honaunau. In order to attract people to the church, Father John, a self-taught artist, painted the interior walls of the church with some striking scenes of the Bible which depict various important religious truths. He used only house paint on plywood to paint the murals. His biblical murals soon became ...
... to go bowl a game during the week. After they returned we went back to the Queens Market Stores and King Market Stores to do some more shopping for gifts and a few things for the condo.
Dinner time so we are eating inside since the humidity is way up tonight. Tomorrow we will head back over to Hilo for our Helicopter tour of the volcanos and water falls.
... a view of the sunset from the top and an evening of stargazing with a very fancy telescope and a very knowledgeable guide. Once we had had our dinner and left the park's visitor centre, it quickly became clear that my tiny rental car would never have made it up that volcano even if I had wanted to. Gravel roads, steep inclines and the setting sun which already gave a preview of what driving down in the dark would be like later. Up on the top, ...
Since this was going to be our last full day, we decided to do one more snorkeling trip. We'd heard from some people we'd talk to at Kahalu'u beach that there was another really good / lesser known snorkeling place that had some neat things. We weren't really clear on the name because we'd heard it called City of Refuge as well as Two Step. Apparently they're pretty synonymous. In anycase, the place is in Honaunau Bay, just south of the Captain Cook monument (that we ...
... all beaches had been closed on the western side of the island. The surf was really big, it looked a good 10 to 12 ft around Kona.
So if we couldn't kayak we did the next best thing and drove. Kealakekua Bay is quite big and the memorial is on the northern side of the bay, we could only drive to the southern side so you can see it in the photos as the white dot in the distance. Why not walk around to it you say? Well the cliffs tend to get in ...