A Beautiful Edge of the World B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA Beautiful Edge of the World B&B Captain Cook
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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... hour drinks. We met up with Erin, who had spent the day catching up with an old friend who lives in town. We had a great time as usual; good conversation and good laughs shared. We spoke about how the island brings people together in uncanny ways. How people come into your life for a time and a reason, and how paths that cross once may cross again. As with all good things, the day started to wind down and we headed out to catch the bus back to the farm. [Jack Says: ...
Even though this is our third visit to Kona we still get excited as if it's our first. Who wouldn't be! This is Hawaii. And nobody is more excited than Abi's friends who came with us. This is their first Hawaiian vacation. So let the adventure ...
Friday, friday, friday! And our fourth day on the farm. First and foremost- apologies for no video of the farm just yet. We made an attempt yesterday but it was far too long and shaky. We're working on figuring that out! In the meantime, enjoy some saucy fruit photos!! - Today was - we both agreed - one of the toughest. While we're certainly comfortable here and have gotten into a swing of how things go, we felt some frustration today in some of ...
... dare say I enjoyed myself! Meg learned how to clean out the water buckets for the chickens! They have almost 60 chickens on this farm that they use as "chicken tractors." By moving these groups of feathered friends about, it helps control pests and fertilize the ground. Wild. The chickens love mangoes, FYI. And the mangoes here are DELICIOUS so I don't blame them. After chicken duty was done, we finished up our morning picking corrupted coffee berries. ...
... was only 10°C and very windy (=cold!) and there was a van load of shivering Japanese tourists there (maybe a couple of shivering Canadians, too. We seem to have lost our ability to handle the cold). Mauna Kea has had 10-15 inches of snow over the last few days, so there were locals with pickups coming down from the summit with loads of snow to take back for their kids to play with. One of the guys threw a snowball at Bennett (who, by the way, was in his t-shirt and ...